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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 29, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921092901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 29, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTT SKCONO tA LANCASTER. KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 29, 1921. NUBIER it. TWO CONGRESSMEN Address Garrard keting Plan STn Hundred Coun-t- y Growers On MarChr Spoaktrs. L. H. S. WINS SUNDAY KINDERGARTEN POULTRY CULLING GREAT MEMORIAL HUNTING SERVICE Junction City Easy For New Department In To Be Demonstrated Graded School. Here Next Week. Cox's Eleven. President Woods Walk"Old Gilberts Creek ' The Kindergarten department of The first game of Foot Hall of Plans have been completed by our er Issues Edict. Baptist Church." the season was played on the local the Ijincaster (traded School will Home Demonstration Agent, Mfc OPPOSES ahoulil have the pleasure of hearing two of Kentucky' Congressmen at one sitting, but such was the case lat Monday afternoon when Congress-maJ. Campbell Cantrill and Ralph Gilbert Ulked t the irrowrr at the court house In the MarInterest of tin' keting Plan of selling tobacco Judge Cllbert wni not booked for i talk, but being in the city In the Interest of hli constituency, he was pressed into service, in which he gladly cooperated, fh everything that Mr. Ctrill had said, adding that condition with the farmer and tobacco grower throughout the Hurley see d in the! tion had not been n over-state-.. It It rather an unusual coincidence that a Garrard county audience comcitizens, posed of 700 of her be-s ' the National Fox Hunter meet at Crab Orchard on Thursday. November 10th., it wilf be the first time in the history of this asoclation, that it first day meeting was not on Monday. President Woods Walker has Issued an edict opposing Sunday hunt ing and in order that all dogs may be on the grounds in time, without having to ship them on .Sunday, he has called the meeting for Thurlsy Instead of Monday as heretofore. The meeting is usually attended by two hundred .or more member In and an entertalmnent keeping with the day will be provided for the Sunday intervening during the meet. President Walker has arranged to have Dr. K. I.. Powell, of the F!rt Christian church of t.ouisvi!le to address the members on this day. It wilt be a great Innovation and Presi-deWalker is to be congratulated upon this splendid movement. When A isolation nt gridiron last Friday afternoon when open it first session on Monday, Oct. the L II. S. took the Junction City Ird., with nn afternoon .session of lads Into camp by the score of i!3 to five day u week and continuing for 28 weeks. The classes will begin nt 0. This game was a little onesided, one o clock and close at 3:1R P M nevertheless, it was interesting from Although being held strictly to kin start to finish and the local lad dergarten principals, it will take the showed up well, for their first game. place of so called Primer grades. Promotions in tin department will Capt, Cox and his two teams of twenty-tw- o men trotted out on the be made at the discretion of the field and were determined to win teacher, regardless of the time of their first game. They all went In year. Tuitions of nil children will be at the game with that good high school spirit to bring victory for the I II. the rnte of J 2.0(1 per lerm, until they reach the age of six. S. After the second quarter all the Neighbors men were given u chance to play and the second string men worked 1 The like a machine. Chickens. He said t .ie.eBon a, that . 1 delegation 1 ....I after I ... -- Four Stills In Four DaVS (jarr.lr, county officer are not letting the gran grow un ler their feet, when it comes to rapturing that ime of the moonshine still eem to be numerous in (iarrard county a! this time. Last Saturday I Messrs. Wlllum Kinnaird, revenue -- 0 government aid for cotton ami cattle and wheat raisers, and that the tobacco men, now in the petition to obtain got eminent aid. did not need I to compete with the res, of the i world a. did these inducer, ure. promised that his own county of i Shelby would be in line with the barrels of beer out on the Klrksvtlle growers of Garrard and that It was road. The worm and still had been Officers not only the only way out of a bad removed and could not be found. Election Appointed. duty Tuesday night Esquire situation, but that it wa I Carter, asof every grower to himself, his chil- sisted by Cabell ArnekJ and Hurnam We will be able in our next week's dren ami his state to Jmn the mar- Ledford, of Paint I.wk. captured Uue to give a list of the election keting association officers appointed by the county three stills in full operation nt the Judge Walker, after calling the head waters of Harmon's election commission to hold the No I.ick near meeting to order, announced that Dripping Springs vember election. Under the law the and arrestei one signed up 9S Paint I.ick precinct had of the party, Jim Helton, who is Lick Post officers named are required under per cent, under the championship of now- in jail. Several others who heavy penalty to be present and oct were Dave Hervey. He said all the other wIUj him in the rapacity named. In some of escaped in the darkness. Office. precinct chairman could do as well It Is saM the counties the state officer were that these three stills hail for "there is only one side t this a capacity sf 12." gallons of whiskey Civil Service in the habit of ignoring this appoint The United State question." a week. Commission announces that an ex- - ment and as a result the courts have "FrUnd of Growers" The beer was thrown out together amination ha been called for Octo- taken the eases in hand and adminisIn introducing Mr. Cantrill, Judge with many gallons of "shine" and ber 22nd., to supply eligible list for tered henvy fines against the offenWalker referred to the Congressman the copper wurnis were brought to the appointment ofa postmaster at der. Section l&71 of the Kentucky as "one of the best friends the to- this city. Helton refuses to talk. Paint Lick. The present incum- Statutes provide as follows: OFbacco grower ever had." bent, Robert L. Walker is a Demo FICERS APPOINTED TO PKR. Magazines. Mr. Cantrill said he wanted hi crat anil was reappointed by Presi FORM DUTY. Any officer of elec ,., , ... .... n tiou or registration, in any precinct i i - ...... audience to understand that be spoke r ururi luiiueni ii.ii i uiun, i... nil nomination firpwru i iu uui a farmer and tobacco grower. tht( an. nn,j at nill)jalinet anii wouw ,,. of confirmation at the hands of where registration is required, who, he had signed his tobacco and that predate sucn favor from my the Uepubllcati fcenate. the ex- after due notice of his appointment, all the men on hi farm also had friends. Mr. Dolly Hrown. amination will be taken at Stanford shall fail to perform hi duty as such He said he believed the aigned. in holding any election or registra or Danville, plan the only hope and salvation of. Col is best far curing toba tion unless for good cause, shall b il. in the barn. We ha fined from twenty-fiv- e the burley tobacco growers. to five hun Notice Legionaires. Hudson V Farnau. Mr. Cantrill aid the plan proposed j dred dollar. The rvgular meeting of the Ameri-- ( was "no new thing. He salj that of farmers Independent of can Legion will be held nt the I. O. it had be en in uccesful operation Gun Club. f p ninnt years In other countries' Kuropean Countries, and that is the O. F. Hall in Ijincaster Tuesday. Several days ago the Lancaster no aia Oct. 4th. nt 8:00 P. M. and In other sections of the United burley tobacco grower.' Gun Club was organized with twen This will be the first meeting of ty State. He aid that three out of that the product made from burley members and every Thursday af growers under present tobacco were sold mainly in the the newly elected officer and they four tobacco ternoon they have a shoot on the growwish that all members will be present, condition, were In debt and that this United States and that if the Spoonamore grounds near town. in lUelf wa evidence that "some- er united they would get a good and bring with them one .service man have been If they refused to join, he from your community as things that Some very good score price. thing Is wrong with the system." made and ome that are not very "The farmer i the only man In said, to take advantage of the situ- are important to nil of them will be good, in fact hardly good enough to the world," he said, "who buy what ation created by the natural mono- brought up nt this meeting. print, but we are giving them to the burley production in the disJie buy at the price the seller sets poly of public just like to us on it but sell what ho sell at the trict, the farmer might expert the Big Crowd Monday. ! or rather taken they were given card. from the score same experience a last year they price the buyer sets on It." He said Last Monday being the regular' Here' the result from 'J5 target: the fanner proposed to figure the would go back home in debt after September county ourt brought ' Webb Kelley making the highest selling their crop. cost of their corps, add a fair profit Recalling prices paid for other many to town, although not much' score, breaking ll; Prescott Hrown, to that cost and then collect that farm products, Mr. Cantrill declared, business was done un the streets. It 11'; Russel Hlrown, 10; Ouy David-woamount from the buyer. ID; Joe Walker, 12; Jim Woods, the "only chance for the grower to win mule colt day and about 150 Morlages on Increaie. Paul Klliott were on the market, with few buyers 13; L. C. Culley, 2. make a profit is on hi tobacco crop ' Mr Catnrill said that mortages in- and the grower cannot get a profit and at prices which did not interest made n clean score missing every debtedness on the farms of this coun- on that, unless they stand together the owner and ns a result many of target. try had doubled In the past three and pledge their tobacco to the mar them were taken back home. Mer-- ' year, lie said there Is "want, woe, keting association." chant report good business for the and misery in many homes in the burMr. cantrill said that if 70 per day, the rain keeping many of themj The Chamber of Commerce has ley district, and that, in his opinion, cent of the crop of 1020 was pledg- in the stores. Politics and tobacco' employed the services of Mr. (J. A. the only remedy for that condition ed it would be 75 per cent Abbott, of Louisville, ns secretary of uny were the main topics of the day. was the marketing system of the crop that would be likely to be plant manager of the organization and he Hurley Tobacco Grower ed at any time in the burley district Good will assume charge of his work in Association. He said that when the producer the next week or ten days. Mr. AbHe told of the success of the move- Well onrt rntilriilii.il 7i n..r i.n nf !... bott come highly recommended for ment in Fayette. Bourbon. Woodford crop ,h fouIJ flx ,Mr thi work, having had considerable One of the best nmideur performand other big tobacco counties and tluyer Not to Oppose ances seen In Lancaster for many experience in community service of the satisfactory progress made in Discussing the five-yeclause of year wns the production of the farce work in various part of the country other counties. He urged the grow the contract Mr. Cantrill said if the comedy, "The Hoodoo" given by our and eem admirably fitted for the ers of Oarrard county to join with agreement was a good thing for one exclusive local talent at the school service here. He together with Mrs, their brethren of other counties and year it would be u good thing for Ave auditorium last Tuesday night be- Abbott and child will move to Lan put their tobacco Into the pool. He year. He said he did not believe the fore nn audience that nearly filled caster tomorrow, having rented the will there would be no "fifty-fifty- " would manufacturer oppose tho the room and to one that felt it had property of Mr. Mae Hughe Noland pool thi year, half In the pool and plan and that all they desired wa received its money' worth before on Maple avenue. They should and half out of it, for It would require to be sure that all manufacturer doubtless will receive a hearty welthe play wo half completed. 76 per cent of the tobacco grown to would be on the tame footing and The work of Miii Ruth Carrier, come from the citizens and good peomake the oopl a success. pay the same price, grade for grade. whose supervision and train- ple of thi community. "There are thousands of hard Under this system, he said the far- under ing, much of the success is due, is working people in the burley district, mer might plan for the future be to be congratulated. Deserved ho declared, "who cannot pay their cause It would stabilize the price of To name in detail all of the perMl S3 Stella Mic (irow, who has grocery bill, their taxes or the Inter tobacco to grower and manufactur former and their part they so served so faithfully a est on what they owe." He said the er to merchant and bankers. well filled would take up more pace for the Hank of Hryantiville for sevoutlook for the American fanner for Mr Cantrill went into the objecwe could penult in thi issue, eral months ha recently been prothv next two year wa not a bright tion he had heard made to the con- than but suffice It to say, that all did their moted to the poiition of Assistant one. He ahowed how the farmer, tract. He presented the figures to part well and knew their line per- Csuhler. Tht i quite an honor to generally, depended on the prosper- prove hi assertion that the farmer fectly, and deserve much credit for Mis Crow a well a to the bank, ity of Europe ami how condition would not only pay let by almoit the delightful entertainment alt must both being In line for congratulcross tho ocean forbade any hope half for marketing of their crops but have enjoyed. was About for Improvement In that direction for that they would own, within a few realized for the Woman' $160 thru ation. Club, sons time to come. years, all the real estate necessary which organization it U to be apTho Kiadoriartoa aWpartaat latioMadoat of Eurooo. to the success of the propriated on the community play at tko Lancaster Gradosi school Mr. Cantrill said thtir wa "onlj marketing of the crop. ground. avoat MoneVajr. and Ceo. D. Robinson played an excellent game at ends, while Capt. Cox, Cochran, Crutch-fiel- d and Waller Robinson took care of the back Held. Ilratton at renter played his usyal good game, while Kavanaugh, Klliott, Aldridge, Moore, Gastineau, Williams and Speaks held the line like veterans. One of the prettiest plays of the game was the place kick by Cox from the 30 yard line. High enjoys playing the Junction City lads as they always fiut up a good clean game of ball. the Visitors ha. I several others like Reynolds the score would have been different The next game will be played tomorrow at Richmond between the High ami the L. II. S. Madison Qrile n large crowd will accompany the lads over to the Madison Capitol. I.aw-o- Several complaints have been registered at this office about the neighbor chickens .tresspassing upon other' property, devouring and destroy ing tomatoes anil other garden truck They asked u if omething can't be done. Some have said it is one need of the town, a chicken law, or an ordinance forbidding such trespass ing. One good Indy of the town sold all her chickens rather than see them bother her neighbor and now sh tell us, her neighbors fowls are do- ing her more harm than her own did before she sold them So there you Of EXAMINATION - For Paint Joyce Syler, for the series of four poultry culling demonstrations which will be held Oct. tl and 7th. for Oarrard county farmers and their wive in order to show them how to between the loafer and the heavy.laying hen. Mr. Arthur S. Chapin, poultry extension specialist from the College of Agriculture, will assist Miss Syler in conducting the demonstrations. The following schedule of demonstrations ha been arranged in order to make it possible for farmers in the entire county to attend the demonstrations; Thursday. Oct. th. at 2 o'clock at Mrs. T. D. O'Hearn' farm, Lexington road; Friday, Oct. 7th. at 3 o'clock, Mr. W. A. Ramsey's farm. Manse; Friday, Oei. 7th. at 11:30 o'clock at Jno. T. Hick' farm on the Danville pike; Friday, Oct. 7th. at 2:00 o'clock. Mrs. Huabert Carter's farm on the Huckeye road. Thi is the first demonstration of poultry eulling that has been attempted in (iarrard county, and the poultry raisers of the county should show their interest by attending those culling exhibit nearest them. Farmers and their wive who live in the vicinity of the various farms will meet there at which time Home Demonstration Agent. Mi Joyce Syler. assisted by Mr. A. S. Chapm, will select represetaative hens from the flock on the farm and show tie poultrymen the difference between the hen that is laying and the one that has stopped laying to loaf until spring. The various points of difference will be outlined in detail and circulars on eulling distributed in order to make it possible for tne farmers and their wives to become familiar with the process. The demonstration will be complete and simple enough so that every one wno sees it can put the culling method in. to practice on his own farm. Next Sunday, October 2nd. One of the greatest memorial services over undertaken will be held on the foundation grounds of the first IlaptMt church ever erected in the state of Kentucky, and known ns the "Old Gilberts Creek BaptUt Church" next Sunday, October 2nd. This .service will be held three and one hnlf miles from Lancaster, on Centre Game Saturday Many from here will see the game at Danville next Saturday etafmoon. Clemson is the State Agricultural College of South Carolina and is a peach of a team, being defeated by Georgia Tech last year by a close score. This ought to be a good game and doubtless will. .. the Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike. An elaborate program has been arranged for this fitting and Many speakappropriate occasion. er of prominence In the Baptist faith will take part and a great day of rejoicing and fellowship Is promised all who may attend. Rev. George Childress, the chair man of the arrangement committee says, "Thi service will be In memory and honor to the Soldier of the Cross of Jeius Christ, who roamed their way (mi old Virginia in order to obey the command of Jesus Christ, "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature." They were determined by the Grace of God, to establish a church and represent Christ In this country." A tentative program has been arranged, but may be changed on that day a other speaker not on the pro-grwill be on hand and will have a few wonls to suy. Services will begin promptly at ten o'clock and continue through the day. Everybody is cordially invited and every Baptist church in Kentucky has been cordially urged to send represent! tives to this service and also asked to bring a basket of dinner, which will be served to all attending. It should prove one of the great day of Kentucky and certainly one of the greatest ever contemplated in Garrard county. The Program. Song "Htw Firm a Foundation Hy the audience. Devotional exercises By Dr. Hunter, of Somerset, Ky. Prayer By Elder J. F. Phelps, of Cartersville, Ky. Song "Am I a Soldier of the Cross" By the audience. Prayer By Rev. J. W. Beagle, of Georgetown, Ky. Song "There is a Fountain Filled With Blood" By the audience. Prayer By Dr. O. O. Green, of Richmond, Ky. I New Garage. Messrs. Pete Walker and Ambrose Jenkins, two popular and capable mechanicians have opened up an auto repair shop in the rear of the old Central Garage and are prepared to give service to their patrons, they guarantee and only charge i!0 cent an hour for their work. Read their ad and give them a trial. Lancaster 'Children of the Heavenly King" By the audience. Prayer By J. C. Taylor ,of Stanford, Ky. Song "Amusing Grace" By the audience. At 11:00 A. M. Sermon Subject: "The Church" By Dr. O. E. Bryan, of Loul- Sons ville. Ky. At 12 M. Dinner will be served. ' I Car Stolen. Charlie Dean is bemoaning the toss of a handjome Huick automobile, which wa stolen from his garage near Camp Dick Robinson last Friday night or early Saturday morning. He is offering h reward of 150 for the return of the car and the conviction of the thief, or he will give 100 for the return of the car alone. n, At tOiO P. M. Song "I Came to the Spot Where the White Illgrams Lay" By the audience. Prayer By Dr. How, of Louisville. Sermon Subject : "Stewardship" By J. W. Porter, of Lexington. Adjournment Song "God Be With You 'Till We Meet Again" By audience. No Preaching. ' Secretary Employed Play Portrayed. j As Rev. William E. Rix, who has accepted a calt to the local Baptist After hearing Brother and Mrs. church here, preaches his farewetl Jeff Adams tell of the delightful va- sermon at Uerea next Sunday, there cation spent in Ijincaster, Mr and will be no preaching at this church Mrs. P.dwnrd F. Metiner, decided it here on that day. wa the place they should spend a Sixteen Convictions few week and so they did. Mr. and Mr. Metzner, hail from Louisville Hon. II. Clay Kauffman was at and during their short stay In Lan- home for a few day this week, Just caster, made many warm friends, returning from Jackson, where he who will always extend to them a prosecuted 18 whiskey case in the hearty welcome in the future. Mr. U. S. Court there, getting HI conMetzner is one of the firm of victions and two hung juries out of eaner Co., one of Louisville's a total of IS case tried. Mr. Kauffforemost real estate firms. man it making the way of these trangressor hard indeed. Made Many Friends. Mueller-M- Revival At Methodist Church What promise to be one of the best revival ever held in Lancaster will begin nt the Methodist church next Sunday morning, October 2nd. and continue for three weeks Rev O. II. Callis, who held such a successful meeting at Stanford last year will be the evangelist, while U. C. Grenfell will have charge of the He is a singer of wonderful music. talent and a choir leader of ability. Kverybody is cordially invited to attend these meeting. FOK RENT: Simpson House. A Ball From "Babe" Hugh Mobley Is the proudest fellow you ever aw, and rightly so, for Tuesday morning be received by special delivery malt a package, which contained one of the surprises of hi life, and one that would have made anyone feel happy and honored, especially If he were a base, ball fan. When Babe Ruth broke hi 1920 record with 55 home runs, Mr. Mobley wrote Babe a letter of congratulation and in response to that message he received a base ball autographed 22-21- Promotion book-keep- "Babe Ruth, " which he Is naturally Sept. proud L U Walker. of. am 'rWrSHI' 'If quality was measured byGold, Xcv V i the (Sopcr Battery .VS vM The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 29, 92 1 1 Hilda Becomes Engaged By WILLIAM American Legion News j I ' Slxtren world war veterans from one post of thr Ameircnn Legion in Tulsa, Okla., haw nettled upon gov-- I crnment land in Scott County, Southern Arkansas, lly cold wrath-- J WMttra I'al.a itir tbt, tll, er. It if estimated that 100 I 'tut stand m )nur own light. Hilmm will have tnken claims on Mr Armltage l a rising mutt ef da husliiess, and many a girl would con- the land. sider herself lucky to recolte the The territory which will become he lias shown )tu." 'Mother, til attentions nro more a ii'ttlement of world war service men, the first in America, strctchc than dlstaMeful to me. I cannot to iM ii hate him speak to me." over '.1,800 acres, computed of adjoin- Then- - are a FonI many reasons inR individual tract of 1(J0 acres wliy j, .11 should encourage him." de--, hkve to ,ivc on the fnch Tu. ilHtvd lllldii Masons stepmother. land but seven monti before it be-c- o The girl put on her wrap and left mi' their property as Arkansas her hutnhle home for her ilMly work. Thr worldly adtlce of her stepmoth- five residence credit to soldiers up er had wade, little lmpreliu Whii to two years ef army or anvy serFALL. N.iif ONE BRAND-ON- E U-a- r QUALITY' One Size Package mellow-mil- d refreshmr ?:noothff?s the taste and rich flavor of choicest tobaccci and entire freedom from cigaretty aftertaste. And remember this! Camels come in one size package only 20 cigarettes jurt the right size to make the greatest saving in production and packing. This saving goes straight into Camel Quality. That'i one icasoa why you can get Camel Quality at $i moderate a price. Here's another. We put no useless frills on the Camel package. No "extra wrappers!" Nothing just for show! Such things do not improve the smoke any more thin premiums or coupons. And their added cost must go onto the price or come out of the quality. One thing, and only one, is responsible for Camels great and growing popularity that is CAMEL QUALITY. Hilda, .lining Armltngo whs praetl-all- vice. We all makes of Rccharqe and Repair Batteries CONN end CONN M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST over The Garrard Bank. Phones Office 5. Rrsldtnc 376. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. OrTIca J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Houri 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. J. a. Beazlev FUNERAL Offlce Over DIRECTOR National Hank. Hesldence J'hone 3. Office Theme 27 LANCASTER. KY. Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call, Amw.rtd Promptly Day of Night. Phona 317. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Farm on Boone Creek 5 miles from Lancaster, containing 33 acres. Good house, barn and orchard. All in grass. Terms liberal. Clarence Beazley, Lancaster, Ky. A FOR SALE tr.) Attention Hunter Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f any character or trespaisintr on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. S. Embry, W. A. Price, T. J. Price, Ed and X. II. Price, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Joe Criscillis, J. M. Crlscillb, Robert Spcake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, V. E. Whitaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadows, W. T. King, John Rich, Sam Rich, J. C, Conn and J. F. Adams, R. L .Arnold, Mr Victoria Anderson, (J. T. Hallard, Sr. (Other names will be added upon replied emidoy?' "Your the payment of 20 cents.) Macy. "My man. I adtlse you to get (tf.) to the olllce atid be ready for an acl 1 The Perching estate in Tangipahoa pMetl throiult her dipartmrnt Parish, La., owned jointly by hetr fri'imntly. Tnj t&e flit he had a ef John J. ePrsMng, father ef th word fiT her. Then he began general ef the armleci, has been ad c quetlon her aN'Mt her work ami Itf taxes, acoerdinr eviiilng he wa strolltng vertiiod far sale M. One last her home when he met her. There to a letter sent the general by the wn a band rone, rt going on In the editor of an American Legion maga pul He square. Tin- - yoting man nsked line published in Amite, La. The for her eotripnny there. Itoth enjiyed ,uor posted tulTicient funds witb fhe (.oticert. tnt. ,jnnh shentf to prevent the salt Mr.. Alan rave Hilda a grrt lec- - and rw,utlw Qmm IVrshlng t. fiire when sl. got h..u.e "Spiling her . available for colon, chauvs," "out of mnul,? who nrc. wen- - some of the tinted mw,n, .,,y Itage. rehabilitated, after war wounds, r phrases she ud. The Perching A few evenlnc later vounir Maev auriculturnl pursuit. cnlletl at the Mbm.ii home. Hut for the tract contains 100 acres of the par glum look of Mr. Mann. It wa a ish's bett land, second happy octaslou for Hilda. The number of civilian emp.o. Armltage. returned, came Into the ' room where he nt at work next j in the PaiMala canal rone has been morning. He was uhIo and stern look-Iflreduced 40 per cent since Mnrc.i 4 ye force! a smile as If aiklng a 11121, and more than 700 former " X ,r'T welcome. soldiers will be forced out of emplo "I heard of your hating quite a so- ment if there is not a let-uan .ip " Insinucial time during my alienee. peal from the canal zone to 'he ated the manaser. "Hilda. and he came a step nearer, and his eye had American Legion's representatives ri Washington declares. Two arm an enger. !n!!ter glow, "the time hn when circumstance force me to officers and three civilians appointed ctmo retenl my feelings toward you. I by Secretary of War Weeks recomhave spoken to your mother; I wish mended the sweeping reduction n ' you to hecome my wife." personnel. "Oh, Mr. Armltage'" breathed Hilda Milady's fashionable corsage bou-- I tremulously. "You mut not that I. j quel may have started life as a hand- cannot cannot marry you. "Itecause. I suppose." sneered the ju f rapu,.,.d, for disabled soldiers reannger with it dark scowl, "you hate , Knniai city hospitals are doing a taken up with this new emidojen ,Lri..inir .....in,.,, . muvlni. artirtra. MacyV I adn lifelike posies out of ordinary It wns rtiarsely said. Words and WJ- - WT Mothers of the city are offensive. Hilda bridled manner were and teaching the wounded men to color "Mr. Macy Is a geiitleman n dear friend of mine." she said the weeds with dyes adn the Ameristauuchly, as though defending him can Legion is helping them place the flowers with florists adn gift shops. from aierlon. "He shall not remain here loiig to For the return of a taterel old my path!" cried Armltage savcro almost worth its agely. Armltage" sprang toward Hilda army rain-capweight in gold because of sentiment and threw an arm around her. "You shall become my wife," he attached to it, liberal rewards have cried. "I am not used to being croed been posted by American Legion in my plans." In excess of emotion en of Toledo, O. The cape, the manager attempted to klsn Hilda. property of Rev. H. F. VncLane, Id fuie with With a scream she lieat chaplain of an infantry regiment in both her hands. used by him to cover' 'That will do." spoke 41 calm, but France, was dead the faces of soldiers lying in the voice, and Armltage wa mastej-fuPladcnrs mud and rain while their hurled to the other end of the riom. "You!" panted the iiMnager. recog- - graves were being dug. It had been idling louiitr Macy, hi ejes blazing torn in many encounters with barbed with fury. "You are discharged from wire while the chaplain followed his my employ. Out of here at once, or 1 troops, but an undiscriminnting tmef will hate joii thrown out." stole it from the minister's automoyoung e out when he called managed to Hence her teptwHher'a of the way. fidvlte, A new Interest cume Into the life if Hilda one day. A nulla re pans-e- l throuch the sample dertnieiit nccctn- athletic )ong' parien ly a hrikiit-faceThe latter veined liitereted In ttat! eerjthlng he saw. NniM'lkltig obiwt 'he neat, craiffnl Hilda held She tiotlred It and nuhed. rlnr.ee. tut hi' l("k wn so, pleasant she could tut fvl ofTetide'. com-- 1 "He U ii Mr !!:. ..I Starv. "lie ha come well I anion toll! Hilda, recommended to Mr. Arniltncc. and l going to he n kind of overeer." a absent for severul Armltnce f Itir amriher mill. It was a i,ot harpy week for Hilda. The new d It-:ns-,-r- her emplojer. He was In full charge of the silk factory of Meserve Part of the men will spend the by that winter en their land, clearing timber, A Co., otie of set end operat-wealthy Ann. building, hunting and trapping, for Arnutave I. ml lottio to th plant the tracts abound in deer, fox and i.l i lit a .tear previous. Prom the first lynx. The sixteen who have nlready Hilda had felt repelled liy him. oiaed to take a settled are preparing to establish m Armlliii.e tad fane) to Hilda, m the thoughtless Mr. cntral trading point and town which Man put It In her shallow way. they will name "Legionnaire." Four Vhn on two oecnlon recently he of the pioneers are mnrried and ail had nsked pennlloti to take Hilda to have had fanning experience. Home-placeof et.t.rtHltiliient. she had not 9tcllling j, onw possible in the 1.1 r.i,H,y. and was glad to ,owJ fctr rtatM. Wn4hitlKlon, ml home again. .Michigan, Montana, Arizona, New Hilda etadod Armltage, and twice U Ala- ,, All our skill, facilities, and lifelong knowledge of tho finest tobaccos arc concentrated on this one cigarette CAMEL. Into this ONE BRAND, ve put tho utmost quality. Nothing is too pood fcr Camel. They are a good as it's possible to make a ciga.tte. Camel QUALITY it? maintained at the same high, exclusive standard. You can iilways depend on the same r.i-a- pt .Mx,w' 'om"-'- ; tnn. Colorado, inane anil urcgon . Uuiw. A family which in itself is a thrit- ing war veterans' society has come to the notice of the American Legion Thirty-thre- e in Independence, Kas men and women call the Civil War veteran. Manna C llrttn-- ' er, by the familiar "papa." Of the lot, the father, soldier of the Union In '01, i proudest of his even defer son who served overseas with the American forces in the world war Of the remainder. 20 arc girls and son was too young to fight, The W- est is 42. nble-bedlt- fr aasBsSBak icj,itnrNot.ri4TonAccoco.wu.u amel 5.un,c. bn fi-- ' f. PUBLIC SALE OF p I Stock, Crop, Etc. As administrator oi 15. G Govi-r- deceased, I will sell at public auction at his late home, the John O. Smith place, on the Stanford and Lane: ster pike, three , , miles from Stanford on , -- Saturday Oct. 1st. d ser-vice- I't'KinninK at 10 A. M. sharp, the following personally: Five mare mulus; two mule colts; pair year-olhorse mubis; pair of ajred horse mules; sorrel mare; brown mare; bay horse; fine family mare; two horse bile. counting, which will he demanded of ou 1)' my father the. owner of this htl'liic. 1 hnte telegraphed hint, and A he will be here tomorrow. girl inJoye gate ii a hint In dltldlng of tour double dealing mien profits wlih our client. I came here under an assumed name to get the details. My correct tutwe Is Vic- Southern Optical Company Spectacles and Eye Glasses Kryptok (tnvtwbU bllxal Itnt) Artificial Eyes FOURTH and CHESTNUT. tor Meserte." Armltage slunk from the room. With a slight twinkle In his e)o, young Meserte turned to the astonished Hilda. "Mis Mason Hilda," l.e said. "Judging from it hat )oli Just told that inns, )ou Intend to remain h sHuster. Still, recalling )our kind word about myself, I must that you will allow me one fat or." "What what Is it)" faltered Hilda, red us a rose. "To ask jour patents If we may le come Higarrd," was the earnest reply, and Hilda did ni t say him nay, Out of work, arrested on u charge of vagrancy adn placed in a convict gnrg at Glenn Springs, N. J , Thomas M. Keelan, world war veteran was flogged to death by his guards, according to lite American Legion pot of Spartansburg, S. C, near the scene of the outrage, A federal in-- t obligation has been demanded and two men are being held. The body of the unknown Ameri-can soldier to be brought home from France by General Pershing probably will be selected from the Argonne semtery at Romagnv, where most of the unidentified dead were interred following the lighting in the forest tangles, according to information to the American Legion shortly before the general sailed. Hut two per' cunt of the war's dead yet remain in Prance. mules; blind mill"; j;rcy stallion, harness stock ; blank horse mule, bay mare; two la rue steers; two Jersey stoeri; 8 nice yearlinjr heifers; Jl yoarlliiK steers; 5 dry cows; lino black bull; two cows with yoiuiK calves; two Jersey cows; seon cows, K'iviiisf milk, but not fresh; 10 nice thoroughbred ewes; 5 bucks, thoroiiKh bred; ItO nice Iioks, ranuiui,' from 10 to MO pounds. KarmiiiK Implements of every description, including': Cultipaekers, plows; John Deere ridinK plows; binder; corn drills; disc plows; three plow; double disc harrow; Superior drill; corn cutter; surrey; bun try, harness; two post dinners; wire stretchers; manure spreaders; metal coin crib, capacity ; stave silo, ready to be put up; hay rake; imiwinn machine; hemp e machine; three larjre stacks of timothy hay; anvil; onu wajjon; bay fiamc, and many other things to farm with too numeroim to mention. Uetween 200 and !100 barrels of itrowiny crop of corn. Housohold and kitchen furniture, including almost everything found in a well kept home. Terms easy and will be made known on day of sale. This is a dead man't sale and everything will be sold without reserve, or limit. Everybody invited to attend. 100-bar-re- l. two-hors- by-b- id hie W. B. GOVER, Administrator B. G. GOVER ESTATE. Louisville, Ky. , Th Ctntral Record. Lancattei, Ky., Thursday, Sept 29 1921 I I WE HAVE CONFIDENCE IN THE BUYING PU1LIC THAT) IF THE PRICES ARE WIGHT THEY WILL BUY. XHIS I- - HI JE 5-- U OOA1NI OUR PRICES SAVE YOU 10 TO 1 TIMES MORE ON EVERY AR ITCLE. PER CENT SOME- - Out For The Business FALL OPENING SALE COMMENCING ALL our High priced MERCHANDISE of 1919 and 1920 CLOSED OUT AND MARKED DOWN TO We have replenished with a OCTOBER 1st in all cotton fabrics. AND PRE-WA- R PRICES. COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF FRESH CLEAN MERCHANDISE Which we propose to give the Later purchases will have to be sold at the advance prices. benefit to our customers while they last. COTTON IS KING, having advanced 100 per cent in the last 30 days. BUT WE PROPOSE This advance will naturally be felt in all merchandise into which it enters in manufacture hereafter. TO SELL WHAT WE HAVE ON HAND at a small profit over purchase price before the advance, which we had the judgment and the nerve to load up HEAVY before the rise. at the lowest prices bought for SPOT CASH before the late ADVANCE Our Stock of Clothing1, Shoes and SHOES-Lowe- st Furnishings is Complete ne Higher in Price. SUITS, $15.00 to $25.00. STYLE PLUS, $29.50-No$2; Highest $6.50. These prices include all styles in English Toes, Brouges and others. None Higher in Price. Men's 50 ct. Garters Men's All Leather Gloves Men's Pig Skin Gloves (rock 30 cts. 25 cts. 60 cts. Work Shirts, while they last O vera lis - - - - $ 1 .00 to $ 1 .40 $1.50 to $3.50 Hats $2.00 Boys Scout Shoes Boys Light Suits ...$1.00 Boys Knee Pant Suits ..$5.00 to $10.00 $1.50 Men's Hats, fur $1.00 iMen'sCaps Caps, All Wool, best made. $1.00 Men's Others sell this cap at $2.00 Men's Guaranteed Pants, one year's $2.50 wear . $12.50 Men's Corduroy Suits. Blk. Slicker (Tower,--) Raincoats $3.50 25 cts. Silk Neckties Overcoats . ... .... ... 50 cts. 10 cts. Cotton Gloves Men's Flat Fleece Underwear 50 cts. Boys Khaki Overalls, sold at $1.25, now 50 cts. Men's Scout Shoes, Brown and White $2.25 Men's Handkerchiefs 5 cts. Men's Fine Rib 10 cts. Hose Men's Silk Hose 50 cts. Big Lot IS x 30 Huck Towels . . 12A cts. Big Lot 22-4- 4 Turkish Towels . .29 cts. 1-2 handlers) Big Lot Fine English Toe Shoes .$3.50 $10.00 to $20.00 Big Lot Boys' Overcoats Big Lot Flannel Shirts. Big Lot Men's Scout Shoes to arrive about Oct. 15th. to sell at $1.98 Big Lot Men's Work Shoes, worth $4.50 to sell at $2.98 FULL LINE MENS AND BOYS SHOES STEVEN STRONGS MAKE. Fresh New BALL BAND Rubbers (no old stock) right prices. One Lot 14 oz. Union Suits for Men at $1.25 each. ro R. H. Bat son's Gash Store, Lancaster, Ky several days visit to her daughter. family. Mr. II. II. Montgomery and family. n.i- J II Skairirt and wife and Little Mis Martha Montgomery Danville Monday children were in uccompanied her grandmother, Mr. chopping. J. W. Bryant to llryantsville where Mr. W. A. Ramsey and on left he will make Mrs. Uryant a visit. Tuesday for a visit to friends at Mr. Ann Moberlcy and daughter, LouHville. Skagg and chlUiren Mis Ida of Round Hill. Mr. Jack Rev. J II. upent Sunday night with Mr. ami Rots of Klrksville were Sunday guest of Mr. and Mr. J. D. Dunn, near Markbury- have returned from Louisville where While they pent several da in Rich- thrre they attended the fair. Shepherd w Mr. D. H. Davi and Mr. and Mr. J. G mond Monday. daughter, Miss Lucille, and Mis Iva Mr. Rodney ItaUton left la.t week guest Saturday of Mr. to enter ohool at Georgetown Col- I.edford were 'and Mr. Sam Davis in Richmond. lege. J. W. Uryant has returned Mr Mr. and Mm. W. H. White spent Sunday with Mrs. Rice Wood and to her home in llryantsvllle, after PAINT LICK patrons were preent with prospect of a great deal of interest bei-'- g takhool work this year. Tlie en In the patron are to be congratulated on having such a capable and efficient corps of teacher a Matue chcol ha this year. Mr. Orbin Thompjon, (the o!det MT. HEBRON Mr. J. R. Duncan ha ill with Malaria fever. been quite Mr. Hur-chel- l. - Remember the series of meeting in progress at this place Lima, Sand. Common and Fretted Brick, Portland Cement, and Rock. Iludton t Farnau. Prof. Hrown spent Sunday with hi friend, Mr. Roy Miller, at Camp Mrt. D. A. Hervey entertalneJ twveral of the Taint Lick ladle la Tueday to a 12 o'clock dinner. (or curing tobacco In Coka U Wo have It. the barn. Hudson A Farnau. Mr. D. II. Shenhcrd and baby left Monday for Detroit, Mich., for a Iit of several months to relative. Mr. and Mm. Carl Smith of Smith, Kv.. are hero for a visit to their neice, Mr. Lee Lcdford and Mr. Led ford. Mestn. Uobt. Miller and HIv Long, of N'ew Madison, Ohio., are with their eousin, Mr. (5. W. Conn for a vlit. Mr. Henry and children of near been visiting her Lancaster, ha brother, It. II. Ward nnd family the Nelon. The infant of Mr. and Mr. Ruben Curcell, of Judson, was interred in Mt. Hebron cemetery last Monday. Mr, llettie Montgomery, of llryantsville is with Mr. and Mr. Joe Duncan. Mr. W. L. Grow was with Mr. and Mr. W. .V. Grow at Pleasant Hill Thursday. Miss Klva Jennings entertained at croquet Saturday afternoon Prof. Hrown and Harrod, Mr. and Mr. Irvin Dean. Mis Lavina Montgomery who left last Wednesday for Nahvllle, Tenn., to study for a nurse returned home Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd Grow and daugh ter, Felda Louise were with Mr. and Mr. and Mr. Win. Ilammack and ttl lat daughter, of Jasonville, Ind., are here for a visit to Mr. Ilammack' brother. Mr. O. T. Ilammack and family. The many friend. of Mis Ruth Rom will be glad to know the is Improving nicely lnce being operated Wednesday of on for appenticiti week. Ml Ford Homestead) for a reunion. Many we,t recollection were called to memory The aweetest were those of the tender care of a Godly father and mother and of their child-hoo- d care and joy. Mr. nnd Mrs, Thompson opened their doors and very cordially welcomed them home. A long table was spread, which wa filled with almost everything which was pleasing to the appetite, and was enjoyed by all. Those present of the family were; Mr. and Mr. Jno. Dunn, Mr. and Mr. Uriah Dunn and two sons, of Ilurgin, Mr. Emma Peel and Mr Derringer, of Wilmore, Mr. Dnn Carpenter, wife and son, of Versailles, Mr. Timothy Ford, wife and children, of Lexington, Judge A. I). Ford and ons, Messrs. Hascom adn LIge and Mr. and Mr. Kd Hcndrickson and son, of thi county. Other present were Mr. E. F. Scott, Mr. Ed Grow1 and daughter, Mr. and Mr. R. L. Tracy and son. son-in-la- How True. say dancing I the poetry of motion, but a great deal of poetry I footwork without grace. Jti'l Tunkln Is Your Horse doen't come and to have company couie when she Isn't ready. A Louisville Exasperating. Two thing that try a woman' tcra-pe- r are, to get ready for cotnpauy that Nervous IF SO harshness in the fitting of his shoes will make him wore. Kindness i the policy we pursue In ths shoeing Jof all animal. We repair all kind Machinery I 7 I 7 W IS I I Mental. man nay the uncalled "money tightness" I only a atate of mind That limy be, but a a rule when w think c are broke, we are. Us have been milk and now been of barrel for Ultra.Vlolet ultra-viole- A. H. VANHUSS 7 1 Lar.caster.'.Ky Rays. t I if pait week-Mrs- . and daughter, Kd Wllilam Misse Willie and Nannie were the guest Friday night of Mr. and Mr. Tho. Logtdon. Misses Maude and Minnie Conn of guest of Lancaster, were their grandmother, Mr. Sarah Huck. er and daughter. Mr. Vina McWhorter and son, Ava were Karl and daughter, Ml dinner guests Sunday of Mr. M K. Ro and family. Mr. J. F. White ha retruned to her homo at Nlcholasville after a visit to her daughter, Mr. It. G. Woods and family. and Mr. and Mr. E. II. Sutton family of near Lancaster, wore all day guest Saturday of Rev, II. J. Skagg and family. Dr. and Mr. B. II. Montgomery week-en- d Kate Ely of Round Hill left Wednesday of last week for Paris, Ky., where the will join Mr. and Mr. Joe James Thursday morning for a motor trip to Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mr. Italian! Sebastain over are receiving congratulations the arrival of a on born on Saturday, Sept. - Ith. The young man has been christened Cha. Franklin. Mr. l G. (iooch died Saturday nt H o'clock ami wn buried in old Paint Lick cemetery Sunday afternoon. He had been u sufferer for two years and death will not be it turpri.' to the community. The Mt. Tabor I Y. I U. of this place went to Fork Church Sunday night and put on a program. Sever al who were not members went with the crowd. Nice lunch wn served at the parsonage. Mr. and Mr. W. O. Anderson left Wednesday for West Point, Miss., for several week visit to their son, Shelby and family. It I hoped the changvw ill be beneficial to both Mr. and Mr. Anderson as they have been In bad health alt summer. Association The Parent-Teachof the Manse School waa organized A good number of last Friday. er Paint Cloth Wire. Give the new wire clothesline two coat of whit enamel. It will make It ir longer ami keep It from get ting rusty. Combination Smoking Stand. With ths comfort of men In view an luventdr ha combined n tund for smoking Implement with a rack for books and inntnilmn. Must Take a Present. The wnman who used to look upon wedding Invltatlou a a social victory Mr. W. N. Grow at Pleaant Hill now ha a daughter who Include such last week. thing In the list of monthly bill. On last Thursday afternoon a Dallas New. Parent-TeachAssociation was orNw Form of Pumlc Stone. ganized at the school here. Quite a A form of pumlcu atone ha been number of the parent were preent discovered In Jupan which ran bo MIsae Higgin. Westover, Gill and used In concrete for boat building, Geoiyle Dunn were present. The making a concrete a atrong, but GO latter save a very interesting and im- per cent lighter, than the ordluary pressive talk, this place being the kind. Gill home of her ancestor. Mis MlltD also gave a talk on the work. The aaupr.nq uo sbojj Tinui following officer were elected: Mr. manb onoij Xjj, ajm op jo such Ed Grow, President: Prof, Hrown ton u UiuJij njd XeUj op and Mis Kate lloltzclaw, Vice Presi- toeip 'o U (lltiuii u atout Xu, dent; Mr. Lee Grow, Secretary: oq iru,i u tj0,oaioinn jnua ( aouonn jo 141 no Prof. Harrod, Treasurer; Committee j jiri i 'puouj ,i vj j i on program, Mi Anna lloltzclaw, jo uianoui P ul UWdUKM OJttUlf Mr. Ernest Montgomery. Mr. Ollie 10 IU Til p oru soop mom loiinh i ajau u Lane. The next meeting will be on ivuiiooSav J viod liq oin i imu Oct. "JOth. '0pU!OOia; U SJUa iU) Op JhlQjffI On Sept. 25th. the Ford family l0f(X) l VMM 0 gathered at the home of Mr. and HX xn er ray used for sterilizing water, other fluids. The Idea ha "Pandect. applied to the dUtnfect!o "Pandects" i derived from tha and rask. Oreek and means "nll contalnlug." Tha Pandects of Justinian Is a collection of Roman civil Uw, made by tho EmSimple Solution. "Sage tell us that the bet way to peror Justinian In the Slitli century, of Judg get the most out of llfo Is to fall In containing legal dedsiou gave tha lovn with a gn;t problem or a beautiful ments, to which thu euiH)rnr "Why not choose the Utter force and authority of the law. Thl woman." compilation of M book I the most and get both" Amherat Lord Jeff. Important of the body of the ltomaa civil law, Preserving Mine Timbers. A routing of magnesia comeut on "Con to the Dogs." stated to bo the timber of mines Tli a ancient Itomun called tho ac an economical mid etllcleut assurance against tire, especially In the arid re- In dice "cunls." the Latin word for gion where the timber becomes high- dog. To tlicm three aews was to losa ly Inflaraumble and I dllllcult to re- tbe pot In their gaming, whence came the Mi) log "gono to the dogs" us a place. synonym for ruin or bud luck. Tho oxpreaslon "dirty dog" one morPossibly. ally lllihy ; one detttrd with mere skin apo$4 Tli.; man who paid for a dirt U cuIUmI a "dirty pig." Our lltera-tur- e dal train to take him from Philadelis sprinkled with refereiue to tha phia to New York must either have a dog. many of them highly complimen particular grudge ngalnst the Quaker tary city or elM must liavo had money to bum; possibly both Hoton Tran-crlp1 im-an- s t- For some yenr Pimentoe Not Canned In Oil. Tho Department of Agriculture f)S that It Is a mUtiikeu Idea ibat oil l They added In caiiulug pimentos. say that pimentoe contain In them-elve- s a natural oil which I siillliient Tim real Spanish for the purpose. are Invariably canned In pimentoe their owii Julrea MONEY To Loan On oq iuty Haiti' Forest Wealth. Largo forests' of pine are to bo found In the mouiitalus In tho Interior of Haiti, but lack of transportation make It Impossible to utilize thl Um- ber even for domestic need. Large quantities of pine are Imported from tha United State. A few small sawmill are located In varlou section of. the Utaud, but thesu cannot begtu to apply the local marketn. Dyewood Farms Sui Shelby Mason Loan Agent Court Home Laacjiter. Ky. are plentiful. Tha Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 29, 92 1 1 EGGS Peaches. and POULTRY Hrinj: them M u? and ret the highest price In Cash. Also nee ou- - one gallon cans of California Yell'tw A. H. HAMILTON Bastin & Co. - tampDCii aucci, ucai ucjiui frien iraie :iirn a urprie party at Saturday afternoon, it beini: hi 1 VALLEY Mr. 7.. Irin ws -- SuturtMy on Mr. J. !. Hnnilton w Saturday an tfsin. ;tr in the Vnl-Icj- , ; Wrtkday. A large H!t of wild goose wns seen immlcratfni: ' Sotrth Friday. Better hurry up nnd set yallr tobacco in the barn. the UY are all Wktn forward full development ofthe Cooperative ami better Tobaroe Association price this season. Mr. Homer Hyland Is making tome He .iy It beat rai. fine sortfhum. Inir tobacco, according to the price we received last year. Mr. Henry Lawson's saddle wn borrowed last Saturday nicht by an He i wnitlnit unknown party. patiently for its return. It ha been tVported that a moonshine still was found and detroyed in Morrow (lap by an unknown party Tuesday night The moonhiner are makitm a hard drive a well as ' the candidate. r ' Jotm left for Ltme in bsrreli. Hudson Ml bSn. Klnnainl r( John Mhsottri Thar. t IWttn I fr Rutn Sander Farnau. petn VetiM Hulett. tiny with. Mr. J. Mr. and Mr. James Holman, Jr., visited James Tlncuer Saturday anil Sunday. Mr. adn Mm. W. M. Creeen vlU-cil Mr. ami Mr. Harrison Creech Sunday. The quail crop is enormous In thi neiirhborhood tnl hjh. Mr. Hun ter please be merciful Mn. ilarker, of Illinois, who it visiting frined ani relative at this place will return home soon nnd Mr. J N Hu'eTte's j way t Mop wn.hed lu dot suits nd rlnseij in Icar, hot water, they should ho qulrkty irtel, Dry inojis may l" oiled, or nlleil une renew rd, Keep Weight Off of Bristles.! hy pniirliu a few drops of light lirliri atln nil or any inil rtoor oil, In'n I am reproKCMitlriK tht Straws or Strings. an nld dish r a tin hot mid ettitK the mop m this for a day or two or COMER MANUFACTURING CO. th ttmp way lie prlnkled with a litSpecialists Rfcemmrnd That Brittle tle nil Hlel allnweit to stand until the The larirost raincoat inaniifacturvrfl in the world ill sptemls thrmticti the atrtnirs. finish. B Washtd In Luktwarrn SelliiiK ilircct to the wearer. It means LOW Dustrl.illis siemht he wnsheii Wattr and Ammonia Orylng I'RICKS. MICH qrALITIKS and IMC hoth hesnum a little illrt Should Ot Hastened, Will call and show samples nnd prices. Phone 150. 'wes oMt more ewslly and lieennse dirty one nften leine as much dirt Ky. r! B. C. FORD, hy the t'nHe.1 8tats as they lake up, nnd may wrnt.-lmnl at Aertntltor ) ltrrrM. tinsjie, and mops should hUMy polished surface. he Imiij hy Mrttfir nr screw eyes The bssssy wnotVH rlsilhs useil in ffenrd In the handle h ttmt the xllWn lVkips nmy Im ket for an LOYD. Mr Marshal Uav and Mrs Ollie weUht ,im- - not sime m the brushes hnsir or mere Ih imt water and sn.j, 11 if liiilr nhsI ItNt that nrriintulnte In itslns tlm-II m k vis le i Mrs Matthew Sunday !AMeMMifuls of so.,i in In carpet Mr Frank lUy has accepted a afternoon tep it calkin of water-ani- l the tlrrtn hnish. er. nmy Im taken nut with an ! etnfhs H?easnnally with a tlck then psMitwn in a irnrutte at .Stanford Mr. Aimer Itay was very unfortun Htlntiwt)(. n esire cmnh, or "Id hey hou!. he washed In hot aap-iid- s j Mr. aiul r. Wm. S. Kuy visited Mr. ate hy tt ml In it hM hsirse crippled Cum htnm nmy be wah atnl finally rinsed In hot water; and Mrs. J I). liny Ssjmlay some wuy unknown In Imt ,.r light luhrlcatln a little kepi-en- e hut care must b ill Adde, tnkeli not In let nter rust the lre I In Mils lit't water will Mrs. J. I) liny Teslsd Seed Wheat, Rye. Ilarley, her dau(h whirl. IhIi tl !rn tit the tinnd'e soften the cloths. ter, Mrs Fred Snyder las Wedne- - Timothy, and Closer. llil.'in.1 aiMflllllots nf tht l'lll'll Hudson 4 Farnau, day Stnts. JVpwrttm'nt nf ,rtnitlure rr. Mr anl Mrs. Klrby Teuter and Mrs I'atsy Simp on anil Mr. U'm nmmerwl tinintn's that 'irl-tlSimpson tiiteii Mrs (.. I. Mattliews vins, J. I. and liolman were in wnshH llli liiki'Mnrm wnfpr itti.1 a Sunday afternoon as Friday little nmnintiln (ilirce tiKpnrii' tllHtx Hliillinnlii In the qiliirt) T Inirm (line tiHHtifW tn llm c)Ui(rt) ami then rlntl in clear water. WaRvpart of the Condition nf Til A tufTy, dusty TerrMwi!e-- l attic ter l lllly tn Injure the hark nf a attract pests of alt kin. Is. lirttsh mill tn nn.en the omen l) s nre iielil In idiiiv which the There I mi hetler veetnli than In the le eMiilte tntM. The kiiilrnht for the amtlwi (artlen. Bank, doing business at tht town of I'aint Lick, County of Garrard, Stale hniilil nnt he mr-en- l hruh. of Kentucky at the close of businrsi on 6th. day of Sept 1921. tijr slth water hnt te A hit of tin me added tn the tilling oaliic the bristle Imrk ami fnrth for a fnwl will ,jve a irnml flavor. RESOURCES In ihallnw water; It hntitl Im ilrteil $811,800.71 Loans and IHscosmU with the hrl'tle ilnwn nr wlh the, Kvhi n s.inful nf cstchI Is worth Overdrafu. ecsired and unsecured Sitl.7S welcht reMllic nn Hie hle nf tlip svlii to thicken smip. itmry or Stock, Un4s and otsWr Securkt S, 100.00 finish. The hnuhl he ilmie 17.Stf0.SI Due from llanto qulrklr. hut li"l In mi lntt'tie tient J.006.31 Irjrtu In Kiinhlne whitens ll.-h-t At leat one window each side Cash hi hand 3,360.do .rUth- Th wel:htel hrl'tte hrilh isT the rvtiMr h PnrilWr nnJ MxofMm Uanklnc oi. Iki prnpiei njn-hi'iiM nei in Milhlnc Ilinr for vrnllluil .il. and the window, of wnflnl i,m)1inally to f.rv.nt the poiirse oincneit. JH0.SOM7 Total I BROOMS AND BRUSHES Drni I IDC DIGUT OA DC iikyuiiib iiiuiii vniik lr'ir -" . nn" w" "Raincoats Oirect From Factory to Wearer" iTr-tu- Vfti i Lancaster. ' fntt. "pwl. vit AW Aoimd 6c House Lati-rast- tirV-tle- PEOPLES BANK srahl ..... 'tyie ti Hoe, ................... . NEW and Machine Shop CS-ARAC- E DRUDGERY REMOVED FROM HOME BY ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER I.lAHIt.ITlltS Capital Stock paid in, in ensh surplus Fund i ndivided I'rolHa, Issm sisntmsit and batm wkl IVpont subject to chstok Ceruttcalsss of Dip4t 1 rtitied Checks. Satrinw Due Hanks and Trsssi Comitate. Hills Payable I) mand 1 $ 1 ,Ws).0il 5,l-i,'!i- KAWJM ) We are prepared to take care of all auto repair-iti- K I'mI KtltlMT itM 10.U.7T M,-l.- 3 and v. ill guarantee our work. 10.00 ls,iO,00 PRICES, 60c PER HOUR CASH. Location rear of old Central Garage. T.tal STATE OF KENTUCKY. $tll49.a7 ar JENKINS & WALKER .v. ORCHARD GROVE 3H - il Clayton, the little Mr. Millard Kodirers m Mr. Georae Edinuton spent Sunday with Mr und Mr. Walter of Mr. and Humphrey. very ill at Mr. and "Miss Nancy." COUNTY Of QAKKAKO, Mt. We. E. L. WOODS atsd It. 0. WOODS, l'rsiUet ami Cnstster if the aboe nasnosi IUnk. do inlinwty rV-- ninl tn afctwo stotoasisstt jn l:ue to the bet of our kaowlesiKe nasi osslkX. II L. WOOD!, Praswlent K. C. WOODS. CasMer. Subcnbe.i and sworn U e.fifs mo tku Slot stay of Sontsmiisor. 10ft. My Cotssn-fsseExpires Jjin. 27, 193. , 11. Hoop. Notary PuMtc. n this writinR. Mn. Mattie Montgomery I spend, intc a few day with Mr. and Mrs. Ike Montgomery. Mrs. Sallle Preston ha returned from a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mr. Jes Ray, of Lancaster. Lime in barrels. Hudson & Farnau. Simpson and Mis IV Harwick pent Tueday with Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Harwick. Mr. ad nMn. Geo. Edinrton und children were the ruesU of Mr. and Mm. uCrt Ilarker lust Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Dennis and children of near Lancaster .spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cube Hutlman. Mr. nnd Mr. W. E. Hendrlckson, and son, William, attended the re union given Sunday at the old Ford place near Mt. Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Huffman and Mr. I'attle iipH,eil to connection with have oriKltiuted nf the Anna Oldtleld, an ui'tre Ulghteenth ceutury. Her sanity was so colossal that on her deathbed she reucstel that her remains he laid In In "very Hue llrussersr tale dre-s- eil lace heaildreas. a Ilolhiiid aklrl, with tucker und double ruffle, new kid floea, etc." This term Is seiicinlly In The Ess With Which a House Can Uc Llgtitsd It tht Principal That Most Psopls Put Electricity Into Thtir Homts. Rtason hydro-eles-trt- atteutlou twvii Klkeii to the rianui and training of beasu and blnls for flith tin,' as lu India. Hams, buffaloes, elephants, rhinoceroses, camel. ta. lions and even the icuzelle, which, fatueil for Its k'eutle tiuturo, I n iretty pUKimclous little chap when h nuiel, have lieen uiatihesl acnliist one another for the enter tilnmetit of mjulis ami their subjects. would b And as nnveltlei u cro-lllmatched niralnst a User und a en'Ut against a boar. e India' Fighting Sports. In no other country hn ' mneh ' i Report of tha Condition of Tht BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE Hank, doing business at the town of Dryantsvilta, County of Garrard, State of Kentucky at the close of bustnsss on Cth. day of Sept., 1921. RESOURCES Loan and Discount . Overdrafts, i ecu ml and unsecured . Slock. Ilond and other Sccuritle Due from Hanks '. Cash on hand Hanking Houe, Furniture ami Fixture. Other Asset not included under uny of above fetalis ... .... ...... 76,0'J0.1!i 021.75 , 13,335.00 0.1!00.30 ...... l,"S2.fii 3,300.00 7HU.71 (I'rvtiarv! by tha t'nlt.t HiaUt Dspaft mnt of Agriculture l Vower on the farm has proveJ tn be ot! of the creuteit time rsml labor ner tin. farmer known. Power In i'k home Is hum of the Krvutest of boons to the busy housewife, hut a receut survey made hy the United .Stale Iiepurtmeiit of AKrlcultiirn In lO.C'f) homes In the Northern and Western stutes discloses the fart that hut I1 Kr rent of the farm home In the country hae tills advantnice. Power for such frequently tanks a sweeplne. rtlliuliu "'o iiIi-InmiK'hlne und rhunittiir would not only remove drudsery hut save time and money us well. The time rtitilrvi to operate tlie chiiru. the iemrator, nnd the wushlmc iiinrliliie uixi to dn the Ironing, the rlennln with the vacuum cleaner, nnd Iho piimpltii; of water Is made avull. uhle fur other things and not Infrequently It has possible to reluce the amount of hired help. Hslps Solv Ssrvant Problem. Tixlay hs never heforo Is the iie,i of devices In the home belli,; felt. The servant problem Is mpldly heiimiij; more tIous. The Inereasliii; wni;e of hoiiseliold and waslierwomeii lire approach-Ini- ; a ilnt whlrh the family of aver-menu raiiiiot Tlirmi.'li u lahor-savltis'rv-ants iii-i- 't Total I.IAHIL1TIES Capital Stock paid in. in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, ks expenses and taxes, paid Deposit subject to check Demand CertifieatsM of Deposit $100,12l.'Jti elertrlclty. the tlreie seniinl. Is to he fmind the solution Comparatively few of our farm home tixlay luivo elertrMty avail-aide- . The iiiimher. however. Is niplilly, owlns prlHi'limlly In tlm advent of the small farm lUlitliu power plant. In iiddltlou to this means of aupply, Mime farm homes electricity ran he am so situated traasmls-ktot- i r ohtnlned from lines that pass within a reasonable illstunre; others uro near streams of wnter which may he as sources of cnerxr for farm or community hydroelectric plants; whllo In some localities successful windmill etecirlc Keneratlmr pluuts have been the means of supply for cuinltKIInc preliminary surrey to determine the isslhllttles of a particular stream luve given hy the bureau of rural of the IJnlle.l .States Department of Agriculture and can he obtained for the asking. Wbaro fa nn homos ant s'ipplled with oloctrictty from iru4iulJuu $15,000.00 .......... Gn,55,"3 C.G20.00 10,000.00 1,DS3.0H ....... 05,145.08 11,000.00 J100.12U.0G tht hlKh-Hiwe- Hills Payable Total STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF GARRARD, Set. We, C. C. HECKER and It. P. HROWN. President and Cashier of the above named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement i true to thebest of our knowledge and belief. C. C. BECKER, President R. P. BROWN, My Commission JK lo-e- n Cuhlcr. 19111. enl-neertn- s Subscribed and sworn to before me this loth, day of Sept., Expires March 1, 1924, Hofan Ballard, Notary Public. c lines, central stations, or farm plants lakliu current directly fmm the general r It ts usually stip. pltel at ItO to II vnlt. Windmill electric ilatils may he of this voltaife hut on urroiinl of the relntitely hlsh battery Investment, they ure more likely to he nf the to IK volt rarm llshtlne and The imwer plntit. whlrh are miiltlplyln; rapidly nt are intly of the hut many of the companies vippty thee JoHlits op,rull' at III! volts. Lists Almost Unlimited. The us. for tes'trlrlly. or the taks to whleli It mil ls iippllwl nlxtut Iho farm Imme, ure ultiimt tinllmlte The mini who urn) liislatl It primarily for lljrhtlni; will v.u Qnd himself as lw npplyliu H tn other raks. heitns t e, what It mn do Tor Mm ami the tinilMpllrlty nf Its uefllllies hesiimes apIMsntit he will rertlUe iyw hi electricity Is each ilsy le.-nlii- : labors mid nmkln; this old world a happier and better plsiv In which to live. I The first tbsoJisht of usually for lUhiliu. hut li hould noi tie overliMkel as ii soiinv of jMiwer The utility motor adspts Itself won derfHlly well tn n number of uses, thus ntliu the eipetise of Installing i Sev i n separate neitor for each Joh. are available. Sometime eral ii iipHrt rol I nttirhe tn the motor hnso to steady It when In operation, i This Is a desirable asset. Then there are the many lnks of tln kitchen where u little motor can do In hut a f met Inn of the time con- sume.! hy handwork Jotis that, thoujh not iwrilitilnrlv ilreime. nr never-tlie- ) lrkme. surh a grinding meat ami eotfe, slutting siittsage. mix-Ibread, nr hnriftiliu knives. ap. ninge will be The nrerlated as U n lviniae lieisomo heller known, and will ho used where etectrb' plants of Ut1rent sU to operate a miu" nre nvallahle Many hentlnj unit, such us tahle utensils, tireless cookers, water lies' ers, arlddleis and others, ire already In ue and nre privlng themselves to he ilelralile under different coiidl tlon. Tha wnshlni machine, electric Iron, vacuum cleaner, pumping nminr, and moior-driveunits are all helping tn nmke life on the fnn more. enJoysUht and of Agnculture. HlanHitnt is started up around the by drawing Use plants and irradually continuing thl from time to time until only the tops of the plant are exposed Before freoun weather sets in the entire I row is covered with traw Blanch ky means of paper, tile or boards i cin be done but these will not trive Since from four to six weeks are the hUh quality eeurel in the dirt' required In which to properly blanch blanched stalks. If celery i to be celery it i neceiary to start the pro- - stored for some time It it not neces cess about the of October, ac sary to blanch It in the field, the cordinit to peca its a' t ,e l o!le,;e speua nts ay CELERY BLANCHING jii Should Be Started On About Oct. 1st. i' i nrt ' rl Ih pn-en- t. tH; FOOT nl BALL CENTRE vs elei-trldt- y - tjis CLEMSON CoIIokc of Soutli Carolina Alwayrt onu of the South' beat teattw. ( Slate n idM-trl- e Saturday, October 1st 2:30 p. M. Cheek Field Danville, Ky. wwlng-machln- n A PEACH OF A GAME. ll The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Sept 29. 192 BURN DEAD POULTRY 1 BREO IN OLD KENTUCKY ON - IS EXCELLENT PLAN Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky More than 4,000 Dixie Stock Farms SANDERS BROS. & AMON, Propi. Especially True in Case of Dcalh eounty have been tr aed for stomach worm by mean of I demonstraFrom Disease. I) ". heep in Owen tion conducted by County Awn I'. Morris in witb Hard Times ARE NOT COMING IT IS JUST THE SOFT GOING. in- HOME of the EXTREME Wc offer now f.r quick sale ten Kool a Ihe licit at farmer priori YV nro now booking order for fai, p it either sex nt bargain price to be delivered nt ten week oil, choiern All hnir hove been iloulile treute I Why uie a scrub bjar when you can net n real honert to Koodnrss one at a moderate price. BIG TYPE h.g tpe I. and boar a Burying Not Satisfsctery 0eaut Oegi Jnd Other Animal May Olj Cirtist Up Concrete Crem-torI Not Eptnlve. y For particulars, call or write SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, LANCASTER, KY. Mr. and Mm. In knee pants and thai! we nay, short skirts. What wonderful thought come up It's the home town paper where when theso two abrevlatlons are the real Mr and Mr new. Items ocprinted In a new Item what In- cur ami to receive tho home town terne human Interest theio portray.' paper week in and Meek out I to In the country weekly paper, theyj know the Kreat happening of the take the one big place in all new wor'd, the doing of Mr and Mrs." item, from the sample visit to rela tive ,to the larger matter of human' Mr. And Mrs. life. "Mr. and Mr." the great news Item of the universe, the bruiser of recollection to Ihe man far rm home, who take hi. old home town' paper, and read the item of Mr and Mm. and leti hu mind wander, back to the day when he knew the -- McROBERTS DRUG STORE. MONEY TO LOAN on tfood city property. Pay buck on weekly br t t'nll. Hiau of AxrtesiUurs.s Accumulation of iimnure In the henhouse upon are ohJectlonaMe cround of sanitation, but not more so I low than dead Miultry often huve oii seen a deail eblrketi thrown Into the rornl or trnmpled Into the burn-yarinantirel The of these deiiil bixlle offer n pnblein for the poultryuiaii, (be isirrect solvliiiC of which limy In tunny rim- - beeome n ery Imixirtaiit matter, say specialist of I lie rnlteil Slate Depiirtment of Tbl In especially tnie. Verliiilture. of course. In case nr death from diseases, nnd tbl Include. l.irge proHirtlon of pniJtry death. To tbrow a ileud rhlrkeu nn the manure pile or Into the mail I to Invite the spread of disease. Murylng I not entirely satisfactory, because unle may the grate I ilng iliwp the rnrcn be scrntrln-i-l up by ibk or other animals, furthermore. In I lit- - winter the groom) nmy lie frozen. Therefore, ie. tin- - ,ct way In ill rlull.t of ilenil poultry I to hum th bodies. .Many town ml rtty boine dure garbage burners wlilrh may U u.-- l, but wbere this Is tint avallnbte some xiultr)inen having hot water heating systems bum the In the furnace. This ennnot he ilone In the summer, though, so smnll crematories have been built on some Htiltry plants Some of tbee nre of concrete, the lr ib'penillnc iixin the number t.f hint kept on the .lni'. nnd other are f.nlltmry Iron wn burning ties. A concrete crematory will not be e- pensive, nml woiu.l pny for Itself in sareguannng u.e nenini or an in ,M,"Urr tPr tfcn r)rart-rn.nd rl ill""l ti 11 terested farmer of that vicinitj. Plan are be Inn made by ( arroll county farmer t hold a farmer fair durinc the latter part of O. j Iwr, accord I nir to n report of Cjunty Asent (5. ('. Kautt Pnrmer in the Cedar Grave . of Livingston county wilt ue limestone thin fall in an effort to improve their soils, a report from (jun-tAgent I.. C Pace, state. Plans are being made by the farmer. of that community to have more than 000 tot, ground for use thi fait Community development in Fulton county will be given additional attention in a special fair to be hold Oct. ft, 7 ami ri, nccordini; to a re port from Assistant County Agent J I. Kicked. A premium list of 12. 000 is being prepared for the event. Home improvement I receiving ipecial attention from Fleming county farmer, according to County Agent II. F. McKenney. Three of them are making plan to install sanitary septic tank while a number of other are planning similar im- ONES y Buy Where Your Dollar Has The Most Power. We have anything you want and Jtne price is right. Bring Us Your Produce. Thos. Buckeye, Home Town fS. - Pieratt 4 provement. Culling work is urouting mutn interest among Crittenden county farmers who raise poultry, according to a report of County Agent John It. Spencer. More than "5 of them re cently attended three demonstrations to leurn the correct method of distinguishing between the loer and the loafer hen Daviess county pig club members recently held one of the best show i" the history of the country at the loenl fair, according to a report of the project by Assistant County Agent It. II. Ford. More than S5 pig were entered by the boy and g,t" competition for the prixes otter ,.,. The show wa judged by K. J. WIIfur.1. of the College of Agricul- - "Everything in a!Countrv'Store" 11 Kentucky. .ie ; , I or. monthly Installments. iu.ypj ,,, rriHr m.i rncr ninrmin riucuna ir-r-- n The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. Iccorporatcd. .o o,. , Production, but Not Alwiyi Deilrabl on Firm. u.. br the t'nltnl Htatra tpart ni.nt of Atrloillur ) The one Mini of iMiultrv of nueJ. K. KODINSO.V. President Wm. S. I10PPEK, Sec't. & Trci. tlonRbte economic Mntu on the farm' I the pigeon, the specialists of tb Clilte,! States K.partinent of Agrlctil- , lure say in fecrciary .ircuiar iw..', i i.,nM.,P And ttill, In the opproaching loss Almost exclulti-lSome people never worry over. a grnln enter, the exiwrlence They are too of lummcr wc find a delicious re- - pigeon renders no notable service as thel own fault. Mrs M U Aldrldg. lUnvdle Plk unless It Is ays: "There !s nothing Ik a Doan s i lie iiucKwneai cane win a cotiserver of waste, buiy gloating over thoe of their compente soon be ready to flop. I Qav neighbors. Kidney Pill for backache taken them several times for dull If you don't like your neighbor Why dread the winter month that I have also had pains In my back, and want him to move, begin telling are approaching? They only harp, shooting pains In my aid the anticipation of another your troubles to him each day when sweeping, that felt a though He'll soon get enough. a knife were stabbing me. Home-time- s spring I would get dlzxy and shocks We have, a profound reipcct for came before my eye 'TIs said the Yankee doughboys that nearly the wisdom and sagacity of a certain blinded me If I stooped over. When Are loath to leave the Hhlne; I got an attack like this, my kidneys citizen of thl town. He frankly ad There' a reason for the feeling were out of order and acted Irregu. It's a .word that rhyme with wine, mlt that he don't know it all. I went to Mcllobert's Drug larly Store and got Poan's Kidney rill. They have always cured me of th (frfparr.1 . Thousand of paper will join In this event, and our reader will hear on. Week. more about it as time goesany caujo Ever ready to help in It is very rare 'iat the average that lj In the Interest of a better newspaper boost it own butines. community, better living condition, but give riuantitie of spare in boost- and better government, we now ak ing the affair of other. the reuder and advertisers of the Somebody suggested that it wa Central Hecord to turn In and lend a time for the newspaper of the coun- hand during "Subicribe for Your try to adept n week in which their Home Town Paper Week" and boot should be given precedown bulne for ui. ent, and the Central I'.ecord thoroughAbout the only work ome people ly endorsed the idea. The date let U the iceond week ever do i to collect the living Uey in November, from the 7th. to the claim the world owe them. WOMEN GIVE OUT 12th., including that reat world Housework Is hard enough when Juit now the big citie are doinir Kvry Ijincaster woman event. Armistice Day t week health' wili a lot of talking about 100 per cent The official title for having tnckiirb- - blue and wtio Is In the country dis,!lMy h.a.l.cb.s and be "Subscribe For Your Hjrre Town Americanism nPrV0s trict they are content to practice It. kWlI,.v or ,aiiler troubles, should hs Taper Week " Paper i,, fit, ,. 1 J Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. per cent paid on time de 4 posits. Call and see us. J. J. Walker, President. W. F. Champ, W. O. Rigney, Ajj'U to the President. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. Gill, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Awlitant Cahir. r J IMPORTANT STAKES Of the Annual Fall Meeting at measure would be tuken up' by other poultry and by pig. The pigeon has n place In the scheme of urban jxiultry production, but, except In Isolated Instances where condition are peculiarly faWnible, Its produe- Hon on fnrm may not be desirable, In largo Hack" Pon't Trice fiOc, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy-- get Doan's Kidney I'llls th sam Champion Homsr Plgton. that Mrs. Aldrldg had. Foster-Mi- l P shattered grnln In the Held, and that burn Co.. Mfrs. rtuffalo, N V . 111 CITIZENS Mr. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. 101 Culls Lay One Corner Public Square and Danville Street. Eff In Seven D&VS DRINKING WATER IN SUMMER LATONIA (Convenient ta Cincinnati) Sept. 3rd to Oct. 8th s Latonia Handicap, $5,0CO added, for J- and upward, otic tmlc and a sixteenth, .Saturday, "September J. Autumn Handicap, $5,000 added, for and upward, six furlongs, Monday, .September S. Covinjjton Handicap, $5,000 added, for old and upward, one mile and Saturday, September 10. six Fort Thomas Handicap, $5,000 added, furlongs, Saturday, September 17. Latonia Championship Stakes, ?15.000 added, for Saturday, Sepone mile and tember 17, Twin City Handicap, $5,000 added, for and upward, one mile and five furlongs, Saturday, September 24. Queen City Handicap, $10,000 added, for one mile, Saturday. October 1. and upLatonia Cup, $7,500 added, for ward, two miles and a quarter, Saturday, October 8. These rich fixtures and a correspondingly liberal policy throughout mark a season of racing, planned in the interests of horsemen and public alike. The Fall Meeting at Latonia has attracted the best horses in training. Auy day's program will be worth traveling miles to see. car-oldthree-quarter- stration conducted by County Agent $3.15 $3.15 II. F. Link in with interested person nnd the extension Sunday, Oct. 9th., 1921 division of the College of Agriculture, according to a tlnal report on Special train will leave Lanthe work. A total uf 331 !oafor hen were culled from the 1,011 hens caster 5:29 A. M., returning handled, according to the report. will leave Fourth St. Station, Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Standard Hock were removed from a Don't be too ready to extend sym- -' P. M. City Time.) FIND FAULT WITH SEPARATOR of GO owned by I.. H. Penn, Fayette pathy to the fellow with a sal look Time, (7:30 county, 'M from n tlock of $0 owned on hi face , . I'osub'.y he ato too For further information concounty much Pay to Investigate When Flow From by K.'M. Sijulro. Fayette sult Local Ticket Agent. Cream Spout Seems Smaller and 29 from a (lock of 102 owned by Than Ordinarily. j John Grave, Versatile. Supply for Hog and Chlek.n. Over.' lm,t Kentucky farmer can eliminate looked on Many Farm.-Sk- lm the ,onfl,r ht.u from thlir ,lock ,lur. Milk NotJuNKUnk by MMn, of the ing t,H, fa I'erbap im nnlmals on th farm, culli"K method, nccordinK to poultry Agricul-durin- g suffer mow for fresh drinking water specialists nt tho College of The only proof thnt hen summer than bog and ture. the ling, particularly, nr moved at culls ever produce any eggs usually left with only stop and skim was obtained In the flock of Mrs. they Charles Land, Fayette county, where milk, when theo hot month crave oo wmor. Water In chicken,' 28 cuiu r,.movv,, from 88 hl4 pro. pan nn ckly evaporates, nnd I tv ,luri thj' week fol-t- o Is ililvcly ennd J1""1 m often forgone,,, forget any animal' drinking wn-- l lowinir their removal. The remain-te- r '"K cull failed to lay an egg. Twon- need In the maimer month. ' , ty-fo- One egg produced in one week by jot cull removed from four poultry Hocks in Fayette and surrounding counties is further proof of tho fact 375 Campbell Farmers Learn To Cull EXCURSION I CINCINNATI, O., and return via Poultry. More than 376 Campbell poultry-me- n have been taunht how to cull their (lock a a result of 10 demon- L.&N. (f i If the flow from tho rrenm spout of the seiinrator seem ktnaller titan ordinarily, It usually pays In luvostl-gnte- . In spite of nil precautions, It often happen that foreign matter lodge In the cream screw, thus causing part of the cream to be retained with Ihe skim milk. INFERTILE Surplu of EGGS ' LATE Death only a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking I TOO Money Wakes Money Nearly every self mndc man in the United States started in life at the bottom of the ladder by BEGINNING TO SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG. Year after year he added to his savings. In time his opportunity came, nnd HE HAD THE NECESSARY MONEY WITH WHICH TO SWING IT. cause he had SAVED HIS SURPLUS. be- KEEP BEST Rooster Should De Disposed Soon Hatching. Egg Season I. Over. COLD MEDAL KENTUCKY JOCKEY. CLUB INCORPORATED LATONIA, KY., COURSE young friT. but tho lioue'lfn with a tireless iihiker can Itirn the toughett old male bird Into several Aim cblckeu dluner. Infertile ege keep best when nliral In water glass. Till mean that ue le "roosters" shoidil go ns soon a the hatchiug-egscnu Is over. Knt Ing the big rooster I not like tender g - sjigumie Tb. world' .undard rttmly for kidney, Uvt, bladder and uric ad t ItouWes th National Remedy of Holland line. 1W4. OuaraaiMd. Tin .Lus, l drufgisu. Isss Uek tm tt mm CM MJUI THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Clpfl-u-l Cashier. $50,000. rrr Honor Roll bonk Surplus $50,000. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 29, 1921 patches have informed us that President Harding has broken all records of presidents nt playing golf. Quite nn achievement, indeed! Keep up your stride, Mr. President, but don't limit it to golf . Golf affords you relaxation, to which you are entitled. Restoration of the country to something resembling normal conditions would afford the people vast relief to which they are entitled. Go to It and stay, with it. constituted authorities. One pair of eyes cannot sec everything, neither can one brain master everything and the Lord does not provide any man with more of cither. It may not be possible for the authorities to make a prompt correction of conditions you report, as there is a limit to their possibilities. Rut your report will impress them upon their minds, and in time they may be able to afford the desired relief. This community has reached its present state of desirability through the efforts of all of It will become our people. even more desirable os we bend additional efforts to that end. Speak up and be heard. Your criticisms are of no value until you make a noise. It is for your good nnd ours. SPECIAL PRICE Come APPLE VINEGAR A few high grade Buggies on hand. and all kinds of and get yours before they are gone. Old HlGkory Wagons at less than factory prices. to buy. SPICES fjfor Ketchups FRESH HEATS AND GROCERIES Too Big Business. Now is the time CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 3Fir1 The Central Record IE DC 3 doctrine of "100 Per Cent Americanism," regardless of $1.50 Issued W..W!y. Y.r. who they may be. Payable In Advance. The man who lives up to this J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. doctrine will have nothing to R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. fear from any true American Entered at the Post Office in Lan The man who does not live Mail caster, Ky., as up to it is the enemy of every Matter. true American. There is no middle course. Second-Class It is surprising how persist ent certain people can oe m their efTorts to effect the can Rates For Political Announcements. collation of the billions of do! For Precinct and City Offices.. $6.00 lars in debts that the allies owe 10.00 to this country. For County Offices For State and District Offices. .16.00 What is behind this insidious .10 For tails, per line .10 campaign? For Cards, per line For at) publications in the interHave these people or their est of individuals or expresmasters bought heavily of de sion of individual views, per preciated foreign money es line .10 German, .OS pecially French and Obituaries, per line .. and do they expect that the cancellation of the allied debts will raise the value of this for eign money, thus creating ad ditional fortunes for them selves? Or have they other irons in the fire whereby they hope to DEMOCRATIC TICKET reap rich rewards through the For Stat Senator creation of a stupendous loss to J. E. ROBINSON ' their country? For Cirtuit Judge Are they voluntarily cancelCHARLES A. HARDIN ing any of the debts other people owe to them? They are Commonwealth', Attorney Lancaster, Kj., Septeabtr 29, 1921 EMMET V. PURYEAP. Tir. MIEHtCAN rWESS ASSOCIATION Rockefeller is presumably the richest man in the world. His wealth is so great that even he cannot estimate it. Yet ev ery day sees him a richer man. Henry Ford, a very poor man a few years ago, is now said to oe wortn 5'JoU,uuu,uui! or more, nil accumulated within a FEDERAL BANK TO few years of time. Henry is AID BURLEY MEN still grinding out lizzies and raking in the pennies. Reserve System to HonThe number of our pluto crats is so great that their comor Association Drafts bined wealth is staggering, and When Proceeds Are still they multiply in both num bers and wealth. To Be Used For i ne war orougiit enormous wealth to this country, but the Farming. great majority of it went into Further assurance of federal as the swollen coffers of the minority. The majority were per- sistance (or hurley tobacco growers. through organization of the Hurley mitted to sniff. Marketing As Growers' Some say that we are cursed tociatlof., -- t given recently when Rut thnt the Federal Reserve Hoard issued n with big business. we do not concede. It is be ' ruling that growers' drafts on th accompanied by cause of big business that this association, be eligible for weightredistickets, will is a big country. count at Federal Reserve llank Rut there is such a thing as agricultural paper and entitled to TOO RIG BUSINESS. Currey .& Ghilley. Hurte counted by the grower with their endorsements, in accordance with I the statements of fart contained mi this letter, will be eligible for rediscount, at Federal Reserve Hanks u agricultural paper, provided the growers use th proeeeds oi the draft for agricultural purpose nnd provided, also, the draft comply In other respects with the requirements of the law and the board's regulations Ojj Sunday, September 4th. the Death Angel hovered its icy wing over the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Hurte and claimed for its victim their baby and only daughter. Gladys Mae. HARVARD SPECIAL To Leave Danville On October 26th. game With Uje Centre-Harvaonly four weeks oil, arrangements are being rapidly completed to run another special train te Roston to see the lug game on October 29th. The special will leave Danville on the morning of October 20th., reuch-in- g Ho-tthe following afternoon. This will give one intervening day before the game ) called Saturday afternoon. Last year over S00 followers accompanied the team East and from present indications fully as many will take the trip this year. District Passenger Agent, H. C. King, of the Southern Railway, and George Joplin, are looking after the detail ef the trip and are now book ing reservations for this special. The train will include about eight pull-maand all meals enroute. will lie Included in the price of the ticket. Centre College Schedule, Following Is the schedule of Centre College foot ball game this season: Sept. 24 Kentucky Wesleyun at Danville. Oct. 1 Clemson at Danville. Oct 8 Virginia Polytenhnie Insti rd on The little one was stricken on Friday and all that loving hands, could do was of no avail, Jesus calling her home on Sunday. She was only three years of age and the pride of the family ami all who knew her. Resides her father and mother she leave two small brothers. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to thr bereaved ones. not. JR. For Representative ROBERT II. TOMLINSON, J. For County Judge C. WILLIAMS For County Attorney GREEN CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clerk JAMES D. WOODS. JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS Deputies, Ashby Arnold, II. D. Lee. They claim that the cancellation of the allied debts would restore world equilibrium. If that is true, why wouldn't the cancellation of the debts that other people owe to them restore American equilibrium? There is a gentleman of color in the woodpile somewhere. He should be chased out. We'd like to see him. Government reports indicate a slight improvement in s conditions throughout the country. Money is not quite so tight, many of the unemployed are finding work, labor and capital are attempting to lessen the chasm between them, and a general feeling of optimism is in evidence. We of this town are only n drop in the great American bucket, but every drop forms a part of the whole. Let us spread the good tidings and keep them moving. Let us give them practical support by our own efforts. eLt us be of good cheer and instil the same inthe hearts of others. Hope never dies in the heart that is unafraid. It is only the weakling who gives up just as the light is being won. Hotter times are just ahead of us. If we hasten our steps they will soon be with us. Step lively and keep stepping. Well, well, well! Press dis bttsi-ens- For County Clerk MISS FANNIE DOWDEN For Jailer DAVID ROSS When a concern reaches pro portions where it can domin ate everything in its line and regulate prices without regard to competition or the law of supply and demand, it ceases to be a national asset and becomes instead n burden to the people. It is too big to be safe. If men could take their wealth to heaven and enjoy it there we could understand why they continue to amass enormous fortunes which they cannot possibly spend. The great wealth that thus passes into the hands of a lim ited number simply reduces the amount in the hands of the As the mass of the people. few become bloated the many become emaciated. Congress should no longer shirk its plain duty to the people. It should place a limit upon the income which any one It should man may enjoy. confiscate every dollar of that income above the limit in the form of taxation and thus re duce the burden which rests so heavily upon the shoulders of people who can ill afford it. Rig business should be pro tected and regulated. Too big business should be prohibited. For Magistrate J. II. CLARK R. L. BARKER Your Good And Ours. As you wander along the lighways and the byways of this town it is possible that you see many things which you think should not be. Do you ever speak of these things to people who have the power of correction? Does it occur to you that their absorption in other duties moj, hnve caused them to overlook some of the things that are so plain to you? Do you realize that their brains plus yours are more potent than their brains alone? Every man owes a duty to the community that shelters Thnt duty and sustains him. is to aid in the advancement of the welfare of the community as a whole. Calling attention to undesirable conditions is not necessarily u reflection upon the REPUBLICAN TICKET For Magistrate NOAH MARSEE, JR. As The Editor Sees It. The bitter fijjht that is beinK waged the Ku Klux Klan and a rival organization that has sprung into existence for the avowed purpose of cruching it is being carefully watched by many millions of Americans whoso minds are as yet open on the subject. Shrewd observers are of the opinion that it is to be a battle of giants, and the outcome is difficult to foretell. But whatever the outcome, it is well for both sides to under-stan- d that this country does not desire people who cannot conscientiously subscribe to the months' cerd't; provided the growers use the proceeds of the draft for agricultural purpose. This action, it is said, will relieve the tobaceo farmers of the only pos sible difficulty in financing their pro duct through the awocia tion now being formed. At a conference here last wee six of the Preliminary represntative Committee of the nurley Grower Association, urged that such n ruling be issued. Those who attended this conference were Judge Robert W. llingham, Louis ville, chairman; James C. Stone, Lexington, vice chairman; Charles N. Manning, Lexi. gton; William K. Simmi, Spring Station; W. Z. Montgomery, Elirabethtown, and James C. Wilton, Louisville. Following this conference, mem bers of the committee Mid, that while it is by no means necessary for the association to have the drafts classi tied as agricultural paper, such a de cision would be very helpful in completing its financial arrangements. W. P. G. Harding, Governor of the Federal Reerve Hoard, recently tent a letter to Judge llingham, advising him of the Issuance of the requested ruling. This letter, in part, follows: "The Federal Reerve Board has considered the question upon which it was recently asked to rule by a number of gentlemen representing the Organisation Committee of the Hurley Tobacco Growers' Marketing Association. This question It whether certain drafts drawn upon nnd accepted by the association in accordance with the plan now contemplated should be classed a agricultural paper, eligible for rediscount at Federal Reserve Hank, with n maturity up to six months or should be clnited a commercial pnfer, eligible for rediscount only, when its maturity Is not in excels of ninety days. "The federal reservo Hoard ruled some time ago that drafts drawn upmaron and accepted by keting associations in transaction similar to those contemplated between the growers and the Hurley MarTobacco Grower' keting Association in the Instant case were not trade acceptances within the meaning of the board's regulations, for the reason that looking thru the form of these transactions and at the substance thereof, the drafts advancements rather represented made by the associations to the growers rather than partial payments of the purchase price of the product delivered to the associations. "Further consideration of the sub-Jeconfirms the board in the views expressed in its former ruling and you are advised, therefore that in the board's opinion, drafts with maturities not in excess of Ix months, drawn by the grower accepted by the Hurley Tobacco Growers Marketing Association and dis six ct Resolutions. Wallaceton Defeats Cartersville. Whereas, our Heavenly Father has called from our midst our Moved brother, Robert II. Tomllnson, who departed this life Sept 2 1st., 1921. and while we. as a Church, are deeply grieved, yet we humbly submit to the will of Him, who deeth alt things will. Resolved: That in the death of Hro. Tomlinson the Church has lost a valued officer and member, the, Sunday School a faithful teacher, the children an affectionate father and the community a useful cltisen. Resolved!- - That w send up our united petitions to the all wise Fath er, that He will cause his mantle to fall on another, who will take up the work und carry it on at faithfully at he did. Resolved: That we .extend to ht bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy. ResolveMi That these resolutions be spread on the minutes of our Church, n eopy be nt to the bereaved family, and a copy bt sent to the Central Record for publication. tute at Danville. Oct. 1& St. Xavler at Cincinnati. J. K. Dickerson Oct. 22 Transylvania at Lexing. Mrs. W. A. Farnau ton. Price T. Smith Oct. 29 Harvard at Cambridge. Committee. Nov. 5 Kentucky nt Danville. Lancaster, Ky., Sept. 25th. 1921. Nov. 12 Auburn ut Ilinningham. Nov. 19 Washington nnd Lee nt FOR SALE OR RENT-Gar- age Louisville. rtfl Public Square. Possession given Nov. 20 Do I'nuw nt Indianapolis. January lit., 1922. Addrest Allie Arnold, Colorado Springs, Colo. Cnre of School for the Deaf. .) Wallaceton ami Cartersville Jun ior Teams played another interesting game Friday afternoon on the (utters ground. Huth sides played hard but couldn't very well tell which way the game went for lack of umpire. The score was 18 to 9 in fnvor of Cartersville, but spectators were unaminous in pronouncing Wallace-tothe best team. Wallaceton t liallenged Cartersville for another game, but they refused the challenge. n 4,500 Watkins Men are making money selling 175 standard nationally advertised products direct from manufacturer to farmers. Why be idle! Hero's your life chance. If you own learn or automobile, are. under SO and can give bond we start you with big Mock of goods all need. Nearby territory open. J. R. WATKINS CO., Dept. 112, Winona, Minn. (0 S- - d.) far-me- rs tt-p- EXTRA 20 ounce M oz. Pure Apple Hutter 1 1 SPECIAL 25 Jar Pure Preserves - ct. cts. ..15 lb. Mountain Hose Coffee 20 cU. 25 cts. cakes P. and G. Soap SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE New Location Lexicon Street. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday. Sept 29 92 1 1 The New 5tore When Lancaster, In Mrr.' Oeorre II, Rohlnion and Jack Hyatt have been recent vfltor In Danville. Classified Colymn RATCSi Sir.glc intertlom 1c a word No ad taken for leu than 20c in thli column. No adt in thit get the habit-dr- op In. I need the moneyyou need the goodswe both save money. Mr. Payne, of Garrard county, i pendlng week .with her m ice, Mit Hebecca Wlllljtm. W. S. Hrown ha returned home after n vi1t te Mr. and Mr. John Undrrweed, near Danville. FRANCIS-Sni- TH Mr. FRUITS, CANDIES, GROCERIES Partridge brand pure Lard. Pure cane Sugar. Harrington Hall Coffeeall good C. Mr. Ed Gaine, Mr. Itaymoml Haelden, Mr. Snm Haielden, Mr. W M. BIHott and Mr. E. U. Ilour-lan- d B1TG-L!ttr E attended the Illeilerwolf meeting in DanvHIe Saturday night. column charged. Seven iniertlor.t for the price of five. Phone order mutt be (ald promptly. a. xwooxx)oeocK)ocu;iciuocior9( ready with fall showing of WINTER We are paying the highett market! price lor cHicKen, egg ana irein Hotel Kcngarlan. bacon FOR SALE Hootier peed Second-han- d One Wheat Drill. (It I Geodloe A Walker Ilrothcri. FOR SALE: Pure bred Rhode I, land Red ceckrel ami pullet. Phone Ml Fannie Wett. 161. AT A IIARCIAIN: HATS PLAN DRIVE FOR in all prices to suit the public. Gossip About People vvNS A Blk-- Oclnjl by Tfcott Mrl el W lif Comings Alt llrild id In. .Mr. M. II Brown wa wa in Danville n Saturday. Mr. Robert Fox Danville v44tr Friday. Friend and relative here hove received hnndMe card, nnnomring FOIl SALE: Seme choice need Mr J V. A. I ear. Wheeler, of Danville, ha the arrivHl of a line lliy boy lit the rye. btft pi.img several day with hi home of Mr. and Mr. II. I Conn, McCautland Avenue, Saint Mr FOR SALE: Nice baby carnage. Hen Wood and Mr. 2214 l.oui- -. The yeung man made hi Wood Walker, Faint Lick. Wood. en Sen. 22nd.. weigh eight Mt rt (iabe and John Walter pound and ha keen cJirtttenvd, Keb-eA cplcndid bargain tn n good ated hae gone to I'an, Ky.. where tkey Bdwnrd Lee. w I fave charge ef a pool room m plane. See Mr. Simp. on at the Mn. Jnme (!. Ilurn4de entertain-- d Stmpton lloum. that rity. PrMny at her home, "Cettage (0.r.'-2t..pdMr. Logan Ien, Ml RMia I Mm ltet," in honor of Mr. John C LOST: Friday, Sept. 10th., a key and Matter Morr Chriitopher, of HurnMe, of San Anirelo. Texa. HryantMnlte, were visitor In The present were: Mr. nnd Mr. ring with pent office key, garage key ret tarn ter Monday. Jept Chenault, Mr. and Mr. Kit and little gold knife. ('ken null. Mr. David Chenault und te thl office. Mb UiUe Mae Arnold ami Mr. rt STATE SENATE Democratic State Committees to Wage Cam- lat :) I.an of the NVw Danville Mt Lena Bright vUltcd Mr. Gayle ptte. Were Sandfly s:UtM of Mt Doty tn Danville Saturday. Alice Hay. Clay KaulTman wan at home from week-end- Lw Speahe, Coingtcm lor the . Ilajard, Mr. and Mr. W'm. Simpson are in and Mr. Ky., for ti week' vilt. Mr. Dara Wheeler, of Danrille, arrltxl ami will penl ometimc with her dauiAter. Mr, lien Wood hut Wd. II. Cook, Mr. i- Mararet Mil. Mary (Mm, of Paint Lkk. vflting Mr. and Mr. J. II. Woodt. ("(k and Mr. KoWn!on Cook, of t Danville, were i:uetU Sunday of Mr. Prof, I'aul Iluyil and Mr. Robert II. - Owley. on Danville avenue. rSkln wore vilter in DanviUo SatKtJ. Wilkinson Mr .ef Stanford, urday, aad Mr. II. D. I'ertman, af Liberty. been Cets of their U(er. Mr. Ml ZRJoh Dawe ha been Wt .N'tcho. In It. WilkiBMHi, en Danville avenue. tag Mr. ami Mr. W. MI- DanWMe. Ilk be Mn. J. tap H lltanluM Saturdays Ml- -. . Elmore ami Mr. Duj were DanvW' vWtor Brown D. V, The mcMbor of the Woman' Cloh are aked to attend n buitne- metinK at S. 00 o'clock Friday after-aat the Weman't Club room. n RNa Mac tho Dunn Htiet Sunday of Mrt. at Atoka. Tb drp.rlmrnl Kindvrgrtn op.ni at th Lancailrr Graded tchool Mr. and Mr. Charlie Seott and Nellie N'aylar have rturne4 heme after eeral day with relative in Ctrvincteti and Cincinnati. Mr. ta, (in . ami Mr. Juliette Ilarnard. Georgia Dunn h spending of Wahln;ten, D. C, are Kue4 of tevrral day with her cousin, MI Mayor Duncan ami Mi Jennie Duncan. Jennie Hlgginr. Mr. FerreM FltierireraW and litMl Emma Walker, who in teachtle daughter, ef Danville, who have thl yrar, pent the week-ening been iraeit of her parent, Mr. and with her mother. Mr. II. Wilkinen, hae returned returned home. Mrt. J. K. Stonnc ha from a pleasant vioit to Mr. Arthur Mr. and Mr. John C. Ilurnide Hubbard in Covington. have returned from t.ouiwitle, where Mr. and Mrt. Milton IloDard, of they were' cuest of Mr. and Mr. Danville, were week-enguests of John X Ilrewn ami attended the Mr. and Mr. Loyd Bourne. fair. Te many frirnd of Mn. Jack Mr. A. D. McOrath left for her Catry arc glad to know hc ha re- home in Ka City, Mo., Friday, covered from her recent illncs. after tpendlnir a month with her S. Watkin on the Dan. Mr. J. E. Elmore, Mr. John C. brother, J. ville pke. Durnvtde and Mr. Luther Glbb, cnt lat Thurwlay in Lexington, J. Kb Iirkeren, with the LexingDr Coodi Company, wat teen Ml Illrdle Mae Lawon, of ton hitting the trail In Jramine and week-end- ! I'realhenvilte, tpent the (nrrard eountieit last week and with Mine Alice and I. Ida Mae Ray. Lexing-Ut- n geoil luck. having Hi al Herald. Me4r. W. It. Cook. I). W. Mahan, Sam McDowell and Either (Joint, of The many fruied ef Mr. Kverett UunvtUu. were In I.anca.ter Monday. Ireeett Ilrown ar glad to know he utficieRtly from Tlie rrfany friend ef Mr. William )wm recewred week ilinoM of typhoid fever Lawnon are orry to hear of her HI-- it and hope for a peedy recovery. to return to her home In Laneaiter from Stanford. Dr. and Mr. It. Drown, of Stan-ferI'rof. I'aul lluyd pent the weekpent the week-enwith h Httie end m Louitvtlle with hi1 on, Mr. E. Preclt Drown and turn- daughter, Artie Hill, who i ill in the hixpiliil there. She i doing a well Mr. and Mr. J. II. Wood have a could be expected after a (erlou been recent visitor of Mr. Wood' ure(cal operation. father, Hev. II. It. Wood, in Stan-forMr. WilMam Swope, who ha been at the Law University in Lexington, Ml Sallle Elkin ha none to Lex- l spending Mjvernl week with hi ington, where he will have charge grandmother, Mr. Oulley in view of of an Art Shop. Capt Klkin will al- - locating here to practice hi profe-iot- i many frieiuU hope he Hi co to Lexington and they will will deude to locate here. fend the winter month there. Ml d j ev-er- al d d. tit Monday. Mr. W StMpn WVtn, of Atlan- publican Work. FOR RENT: A detiraWe brick residence, for family er bearding ami grown, yearling heifer and ttien. fcetjte, 12 reom. heated by furnace, HOUSE CONCEDED. CONTROL cptendM htttferaom anil eloc to pubJfeal Elmere. Phone hi, 178 or 12. . W. S. Carrier. lic Square. Apply: A delightful dinner wag icrved at Louisville, Ky., Sept. 24, An to Hatelden Ilrotherr. home of Mr. and Mr. Mitch the tense campaign with control of both FOR RENT: Three er four Lane, near Hryantiville lait Thurs- room; furnNhed or unfurnlfhed. A foil line of Field Seed, Wheat hou.es of the next General Assembly day, Sept. in honor of her two Fhone 307. and Rye. Tile Fire Hrick, Cloy and for an objective is to be waged by Mn. II. 1'. Swope. brother, of MIimiuH. Thoie pre-eDanville St. Common Hrick. Cement, Rock anil Kentucky Democrat thl fall as the were; Mr. and Mr. Shannon result of plan formulated at nn exeSand Right Price. of Miouri, Mr. and Mn. FOR SALEj Some fancy White GARRARD MILLING CO. cutive teion of the Democratic State (irover TutTmnn and daughter. Marie, Rock cockerel. Phone 307. Central and Executive Committee, Mr and Mr. David I'rewitt, Mr. and which met at the Seelbach Hotel toMr. U. P. Swore, Laneater, Ky. Mr. Vernon Jone. Mr. and Mn. (IMS-St.- ) My ix night. FOR SALE OR RENT: Thorn p llroaddu, Mr. und Mn. No time i to be wasted in olTet-tin- g reem brick dwelling with tore room FOR RENT: DurJag the icheol attached. 21 x 68 ft. on Stanford Wiley I'rewitt and daughter, Evnlyn, the organisation work being Mr. Alvil Ailkken, Mrs. ICice Logan, term, houe of fix room, futnlth-e- d Street, adjoining County Jail. Ideal done by Republican in clote senaMr. and Mr. Henry Curti. er unfurnihed. Apply at this location for General Merchandite torial and Legislative district, lendMr. Margaret Lane. Mr. Foley Spainho-war- office. ers said, and while more htan a bulne. of Mi'.ouri. It wao especially S. H. Eite. minimum control of the legislative 200 rod of bet four foot new- a hnppy day for the mother and fathfrom the Republican, party wire fenec, 6 in. Hay No. 1' wire. er, who were pretent. breeching, Bid. leader here tonight .eemeil optimisHuggy harnes. 70 ct. per rod. Ste u before you plenty of material will be Hudson & Fnrnau. bridles, werk collar, Hnme collar tic that buy. alhtminum ware caarole, four available, when the real work of pad, ( Wins get under way ami that burner oil Move, ice cream freeien, C. hoofe paint, saddle, blanket, cook the outcome will be all that nny good Some fancy S. FOR SALE: Mim Mane Cotton, who nvct en Democrat might vrith. Ihv Itirhmonil rund is being warmly Rhode hland Rod coekerek The and heating ttove at coit. Owen farm trnin. JudRe Charles A. Hardin, of congratulated upon winning second Towpkin J. R. MOUNT & CO. presided at the meeting toMr. Fred Hall. prue at the State Fair in the two-ye- Phone 2. Paint Lick, Ky. garment making project; alo Oae barn for rent, ha 3 large box night. Republican lenders virtually conone third prue for the belt putch on garFive er ten talW, one large hall for auto, FARM LOANS of the House to the larpe left. Will hold quite a lot of cede the lo ment. A lat year wa Mi Cotton' year lean on good land. Democrat, which it quite n comeJ. D. Stcenbcrgen, flnt jear in ewing in the Lancaster tobacco. S. T. and E. W. Randlr. Campbell St., near the GnrTard down from the cockurencss that folClub, her are even more ap227 West Short, Lexington, Ky., Tobacco Warehouse, Lancaster lowed the "Howdy, Ed" majority of preciate. i b her friendt. ) 40.000 in 1919. The Blair pardon Ky. scandal has completely unnerved the Vanhuss To my plate about' STRAYED". good men to tell Republicans, who up until two or We need vwnvr nmt A September wedding of interet oepi. ill. m nog. Slnper jewing machine and collect three weeks ago, were claiming they Anna Ilclle tame by proving hog and paying all on account here wa that of Mi Good opportunities for would control both houses of the legMilton Ro, Vanhu, the daughter of Mr. and charge. advancement. For full particular, islature next winter. Ky, Paint Lick. Mr. A. II. Vanhu-- , of this city and In the fight to control the Senate R. F. D. No. 2. nddrets Mr. William Winted, of Kirkville. there are three or four important Singer Sewing Machine Co., The marriage came a a urprie assert Danville, Ky. contest. Republicans also WANTED: To rent farm of ICO to friend of the contracting pnrtle, or 200 acre for 1922. Have own that representation in the House from none ef whom were aware that uch nt least twelve counties Is uncertain team and tool. Will pay money intention were being contldered. Yeager's but decline to name the counties. STRAYED : From Ed rent or take interet in crop and The bride wore a lovely ult of barn, 6 miles from Lnncam-- in Car- The Democrat ,as the result of Ray Hall, Mock. blue tricotine with hat to mutch. U.29-3Uon fccpt. r.'th., a plans believed to have been formuStanford, It. F. D. 1. tenvillc ) The ceremony being performed by black stallion, two white hind feet, lated tonight, will concentrate on oae of the local paiton of Jelllco, houe and star in ferhead, about 15 yean old, Senate districts n follows: the Hop. FOR RENT: Two-tor- y Tenn. district; the thirty, 27 acres of land, new in gra, good and in thin flush. Any information Mr. Wintted wa one ef Laneai- corn anil tobacco land. Well born will lie appreciated. Phone Henry sixth, which includes Jefferson counter' mei popular young ladies, hav- - and all out building. One-hamile Montgomery at UryanUvilte or notify ty outside the city and the firat ward ing been one of the operator of the from Uuckeyc. Isaac Jame. owner, of Louisville and the Mahnda Ray, ' Lancaster Exchange. Ilourne, Ky. .) Iluckeye, Ky. It pd. district. .The groom l a ucceful bulne man of Klrktville and i equally a popular n hi helpmate. DC 31 After n few day in Tennewee they will return to their home in Klrkville where they will receive of their many the good wiahe Mr. Anderxm Chennult, ef .Mr. and Mr. J. E. Elmore Itich-Mend. Flte paign in Close tricts to Offset DisRe- FOR SALE: A lot ef ged heme n, d, At State Fair. g, ar Winsted. t) r lf t91G-3t.-pd- -- friend. iT ietL ."Hi Mar see One of the Hendricks urpne of the the marriage of Mim Lucy Joe Mnree, younget daughter of Mr and Mn. Noah Murtee, Sr.. of thi( place and Mr. Dan Hendrick, of lnit Welenday KirkKvllle. t So well did they keep their that few knew they were iweetheart and nuturally were urprioed when it wai unnounced that they had elup. eil to Jelllco, Tumi., where the cere mony wm preformed by one of the local nitor of that city. Mr. Hemlrick it one of Iinca-ter'tot-rua ocinl early fall teuton, wa THEM ECONOMICAL LI At This ! Drug1 Store. DRINKS THAT SATISFY CliSCADEN All the world onta it, all the world liken it, nnd all the world calls for more Whitmans & Jacobs Candy A desirable line of olfice supplies and dainty stationery for the home. Trices are always riht. ICE CREAM ON THE SQUARE 'We've opened a shop with Meat THAT YOU CAN EAT. We deliver You get It in a hurry. root charming young ludie. .o i only equalled by her low hurncter itud iweet Uu. Qitiou. The groom i n very uccef iuin - man of Kirkvlle, being co lected with a Dry (!ood departme store. He i equally popular anil ha it hott of friend among 0 e j j young men of this city. After the ceremony they left fori Knoxville and otehr point South for u few day before returning to their home in Klrktville at which time they will receive the bet withe of many friend for n long and utefu: life of matrimonial IiIIm mingled ' unalloyed. with huppinc Prthlitorio Almanac In the IlrltUh muteuni them I t bo een nn ntiimtmc which I 1,3X1 year older lluiu the C'hrlttluu era; It ilme. back to the relyn of the Koptlun king. Itnturte the Great. CIGARS. PIPES & TOBACCO Toilet Articles for the Family Ladies will find our perfumery and complexion specialties the best made and those in universal use where results without injury arc desired. NO USE TO PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN BUY THEM FOR LESS. STORMES lished 1853 DRUG DG STORE Phone SO, Scott Phone 206. & Ruble Public Square. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Lcncaster, Ky. DG Jr The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 29 1921 . t I Ease up on Your I. youngster at the county fair. One GUY. of the corn club member In that county who took thirJ in the club Mr. Hcnrj' Tuttle wa a visitor of competition entered the adult classe. Mr. A. M. Merlila Tuesdny. nnd was awarded first prise In the Genuine Kanawha Salt. forcer elms by the same judge who Hudson & Famau. the award In the club elae. I mad Mr. Ilnndolph I'oynter, of Lincoln, iexhlblf occupied an important dab hli licit girl Sunday af place at the fair, 73 member who wa to under the ternoon. are rsmducUng project direction of the College of Agrlcul- Mr. Carl IVndle'on. of Poor exhibiting l0 product, .accord- - R,ge, was n vnitur of Mr. Henry ims t a rewrt ef County H. F. Link. Yrtor Sunday Th fair wn considered one of the GENUINE Mr. nnd Mm. Kverett (Irow, of feesful in the history ef the Iiackley. were th1 truest of her county. bth frem the number and mother, Mr. Abe llolton Sunda 70 Miallty of exhibit. More than Mr.. W. S. Scott and son, Hi.! HinthMJ IIUiiln cattle were shown, ' .. were tke guet of .Mr. nn I r. . ... .. - kiv.- - Hrown MM numoer Being inrre iimrMrs. W. T. Walker Friday afternoon ,r than that of Inst year. according Mr. Obe Helton to still utfcring te Mr. link. One ef the .'ire ewned with her broken arm, but her many County by the Campbell attve l'urt'brel Sire Aoclation took friend hope he will soon be ail for flood the grand championship award In competition with the best bulls ofj Mr. Charlie Tuttle and little CaMell ami neighboring counties, daughter, of Harbeurivillo are visit Wa want you to have hs Ter were nine entries in the pure-- ! in her mother, Mr. ndn Mrs J 1' bast paper lor "BULL." ' bred calf club shew. Foley. So new you can receive ' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker were with each package a keek Just received n large shipment of RUl.,u of tha-l- r daughter. Mr nnd el 24 leave ol UUi"fc-I- he the wonderful rmely, Tanlac. This Mr. ,... i.r...i,,., r iert..rv la.i very Hneal cigarette is the great medicine yeu have been Thursday. paper In the world. hearing . much nbout. The remedy Mr. and Mrs. (iuy Davidson and that's made uch a wonderful reputn-- 1 son were the pleasant vi.itors of I will sell to the highest On the above the accomplished such tien and which h.is Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mrs. W T remarkable results all over the United Sutton Sunday. seven room on Danville W. known the (let your bot-- 1 State nnd Canada. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker, Mr place. I have finished this resiCampbell Club Mem tie now t Stermes Drue Store. Sid Aldridge and Miss Annn He ' motored to Richmond Some people often wander why Ctutrhtleld it in fine condition and will make a good home dislike them so much, Sunday afternoon. I their neighbor Mrs. James Knson ami Ml but they are too wise to ask. Anna Showmen. some one a price. Itelle Crutchlield. of ltuca.ter were Further proof of f.e fat t.tat farm' Study the faults of your neighbor. plcn.tant guests of Mr. Willie Walk house has seven rooms and porch, boys and girls who are .ember of' It may teach you how to avoid comer Tuesday afternoon. junior agricultural cubt lire capable mitting the same offense. lights, closets, good Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker an I high coalx house, of producing high qualit;. proluct Vju can't always tell tne calibre son were afternoon viitors of Mr and defeating adult n i.jmpe-- ' lot. 90 10 minute walk from the front. 200 He and Mr. Miley Walker. Mr nnd Mrs f a f 10I b the noise he makes. titlon at fair is ob'air.el ri a reHenry Sebastain Sunday Hj 'e even worse than he sounds. cord made by a Camp'je'. c unty House, in one of Lnncaster's-bos- t residence sections. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie (iraham and littie on, William, Milton, were viswill be will be announced on itor-, of Mr. and Mr. Henry Tuttle and Mis Daisy Reynolds Sunda Possession FOR 3! once. Any one to see this can Mr. and Mr. W. II Rail an I tw interesting children. Mi Margaret DT TIMD my call the key. House is now empnnd Mnster Clayton Hall, were the I p'easant guest of Mr and Mrs W ty, having been T Walker Sunday afternoon The many friend of Mr. James Ti V SEF. Yantis will be delighted to hear .he She has Is better at this writing MCCARTHY been sutfering with her foot, uhii'-shrhe IM.l'.MUF.R burnt three weeks ago. She , i Miting her sister at Somerset but s Heatioe. Roofing tapdard' expected home in a few days. Guttering, Etc. Mrs. J. I). Ilaker and Mr. F.Ji Shop Phone 69. Lancaster, Ky. Lexington St. LANCASTER, KY. Haker were visitors of Mr and Mr. Floyd Ray of Teaterville Sunday .Mrs. Ray has just re afternoon. turned from the ho.pitnl where she the result that many of these have underwent nn operation for appendi COMMUN-ITTan 4c. 'nat wonderful mediate, been overhauled and painted without citis. She i not so well Just now, Mr and Mr. Meade Tester and which they contained and first. 3 any expense to the county or com- but her many friends hope her a family pent Sunday with Mr. Mai ond and third on cockrel a wei. a s.i.d n Lancaster by Storme Drue CLUBS third on the best pen. Two baby Store munity. At Flat Lick, another com speedy recovery. Carter and family, beeves from the Junior agricultural munity in the county, the school Wheat Middling. Ground BarUjr, club won first in their class while the Why keep on looking for grounds have been beautified and the Make Many JUDSON Ballardt Pure Whaal Bran. Aberdeen Angus calf won first anil appearence of the school house in The dead never return. Hudson aV Famau. .econd in two adult ring and the terior greatly improved by the work Mr. James Hicks i ill. Keep the home fire burning this Mr. and Mr. Jes Hill and daugh Shorthorn sixth in its class with of the community club, according to Mrs. Leslie Hill is improving. winter, The tal man needs the the report. The club also has re ter, Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins twelve breeder competing. Community club in Jackson counMr. Sim Clark spent Thursday and Mr. and Mr. T. O. Hill visited money. centlv built a piece ot model road as ty with County Agent well as made Improvements on all with Mr. (leo. Nay lor. Ilig shipment of Tanlac just reMr. ami Mr. Walker Rradhaw nt W. It. Reynolds have been able to Yes, we know a man In this town ceived. Stormes Drue Store, losal district togethr with Friend are sorry to learn of the Danville Saturday and Sundiy. in make a number of important imwho read his bible every day. He's agents. improvements on farm buiding in- illness of Mis Ktta Hill. ('reaching Saturday afternoon at provements in various part of the a preaeher. Mr. Andrew Kste spent Saturday three o'clock, and Satt relay eveninx county, according to a report by Mr. cluding both dwellings and barn. WUe people allow themsehres ta nt seven o'clock. There will be no Reynolds. The Union community Similar improvements have been with Mr. II. M. Lane. That eollege profeMor who remarkWhen thing become disappointed. Mr. W. M. Rlack bought a mule services on Sunday n the pastor nnd club ha given special attention to made by the ciubs at Spurlock and do not go to suit them they either ed tliat nine'y per cent of the women member will attend memorial serfrom Mr. J. D. Ray price VJU0.00. school jrround nnd buiidings with Maulden. a ;l isjip lite I old bird. find the remedy or make it conveni- are Ui' Mr. Simmie Clark wa the guest vices at Cilbert. Creek Sunday. forget to en-- ti Mo' of the ent to be satisfied with them as Saturday night of Mr. William Clark. W. M. S. met Thursday and Mrs. are r an e jn Mrs. Tom I'ollard wa the guest of Charlie Crow led the Meeting. Mr. T. S. I'leratt, Mr. A. C. MII.v. Mr W. M. lllack Thurduy nfter-nooI'J Mr I). X. Long, Mrs. R. A. Ilroaddus. Mrs. Jcaaie Casey spont a few day Mrs. Walter lirow, Mr. Forrest Noel recently with Mr. and Mr. J. R. and Mrs. R. W Sander had splendid t Yc Jli reading. The meeting closed with Spark. (!) 1' Several from here attended the prayer by Mrs. Walter (irow. burial of Kdmand N'ayior at Lancas. ! w CITY tr BULL mt RESIDENCE AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT 2:30 O'CLOCK. date residence bidder, Street, J. as remodeling DURHAM tobacco makes 50 ciAartttts 10c ( -, ' 1 Saturday, Oct. 1st, just at very moderate cistern, feet deep, i ! j ber Defeats Adult Ptimphrey dence and for The front Electric large feet Court Terms easy and m i iiLunu riri lNli at desiring Clothing Store and get just remodeled. at day of sale. property LU3 ' vrfb Jas. W. Smith THE CLOTHING MAN JACKSON Y le ei''r n. 4-lt- TbbbH I 1 (!) Tired Feet i ter Monday. Mo.lanni Sim Clark Iine were guost and Friony of Win. Mrs. WEAR COMFORT I I SHOES I 1 Jnme Thomas. Mi Dora Lev Hutfmart wsm the guest Saturday afternoon of Mis Virginia Ruy, Medames Win. and I'atay Simpson spent the day Friday with Mr. I.. I.. Matthew. Mrs. Tom Naylor wus at the bed- . I r XPECTAKIL SI MOTHERS Tor Thraa Oanarallona Have Mad. Child Birth Easitr Uy Ualng - jB . I I. CI We are mighty well pleated with our new line (!) I it I of shoes for men and women. They mean solid comfort and long wear to every buyer. Are you missing a good thing by wearing another make of shoe? Remember we carry EVERYTHING that is found in an up to the minute General Merchandise store from a pin to machinery and also remember we sell for cash only You save the difference. i IJ Becker & Ballard i BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY.' they made ut thu State Fair and urlendy started plans for a number of record exhibit from that county next year, according to a til report of County Agent R. M. Heath. BUCKEYE The poultry standardization exhibit from the county took third place and Mr. Oscar Carter entered school lacked only one point of tielng for '1 1st. C) at Herea Sept. lint place In the llarred 1'Iymouth Mr. and Mr. Hugh Kurtz were Rock I'oultry exhibits made guests of Mrs. Forrest Stapp at Lan- by junior agricultural club members caster on Monday. won first, second and third on pullets huve 11. Clark vere the guests Saturday night and Sunday r, Mr. nnd Mr. Sim Clark. Uallardt ObrlUk Flour always tatiifactlon. Try a sack toJay. Hudson & Farnau. (!) Mr. and Mr. Elbert I'reston are the proud parents of u baby girl who arrived Sunday afternoon There will be an entertainment (!) and pie supper at Sytamore School House Friday night. Sept. 30th (iris, bring pie ; Kverybody come, t and boys como with plenty of money. Mr. and Mr. a au. O (! IO.II OLD '( tOOlltr.. 9THl.xOOO.Mt. I MIT , 8tisriliBRiuut9C9.,Cin. Aiuau St. I Washington Farmers Make Record At Fair Washington county farmer and junior agricultural club member are well pleased with the showing which clo. Are you proud or ashamed of your stationery? Stationery is such a personal thing. It shows refinement and culture, or carlessness and indifference. We have many boxes of beautiful tinted stationery, also the plain white. A good idea is to select the kind of stationery you like and renew your supply from time to time. Our fountain pens and leather goods make ideal presents. Drugs and drug store things. Come to US for it. McRoberts Drug Store The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 29, 92 1 1 Much Suffering Caused by Waste What Science Know Wads in the Blood About the Matter and How It It may aln I employed. Irh tmy ioai! of n plrro nf rather DRYING VEGETABLES heaty cnltanlred-wlrtietllne limine AND FRUITS IN OVEN four or fhr mehea In tlm Inrli Tlio flnllni tmj alinuld linre appnut ! May Prove Convenient and Economy. Timo-Savin- g Bct Trailed. The Word l more Inirwirtnni than any of the nrgnn. It is thru the blood that tho Mc hnmnrt is dimtly or Indltcttly nourished Thi MomI geta it nourishment from thr intrstlnr. Tho Intestines a I waste products - urtdtgfwted fiMl, ACidS, gnse. UtVi H I use, wltKh Currant, Geettbtrrlt and Strjwttr. rltt Are Btit Cannd Orld Parilry and Celery Top Are Valuable for Seaonlng. 1 lly not KifrMitwnt !w.U t.. seVk-- ,n the It t ion-tA- ln sometimes tret in tin- - Ibiii When wnitr- - product pit in the hkxhi, nature win strto to rnt ihm out. ii your tniintifc stroeig nough, nature win pml.nldy sK--- i Hut If yuu Are "l.ekw mr." weak, iind tienrou, nature will 1'vptn to show sign, of ilitrrM. At a rrult, you will (hut frding of fntlgue V.ki will th, energy you need for the day' dull, and pleasure. Minor miiiunt will Ugin to nlTcct you pimpltii, blarfc-ad, nml Uilln. If tin? waste product arc not gotten out of the blood nt this nnt, it i loslble a more serious ikm eruption or disease will begin tt Ih.w Uitlf. run-dow- ).,. Kn Joint e rmumflusm. l.uHcti t. nutwr?' warn.re. Your M(d ii ymir fan Main .,ain ( f By therefore keep your blood rich ana pore . t : jrwirt, ihouMmiii For nnd thtmnaMis of ntm ami women have n S. 5. to .lenr their of wait proli,u. s. S. S. will Ini- pfW qiality f yr,ttr 1,1,1 l,y relbnlna; y.Hi of the waste product. wn.h raw impoverished l.fctl and u allied trmttdes rtin disorders, rW.utiu.ttam ami a owern vitality. S 5 nt your drm-da- t Let war of ubtituiM Writ.. rui..t 1".r,nr. wlft Specific Co., r mue far ....! iPr. rlld f t, I! lt. m"L a . hi MAKKSISUKY Mr. Itaymori.l Dowlm ha, mat WaAt IttTen CoI1kin MIm l.ula Siwon, of Stafw4, ttl - t the J Klo. MIm Delia l(. I! ilk" ifHtit wroWrxl with Ml Stitan K. SvttM. aaitd Mr. CJ.'. had a bw IMck last Saturday afinrnoan. KQMt A of Mr. tf 44aMi frm l)n mid poi'lir may nil ln drlnl nt , Ihmiii rvt ry Dried iif. J01111K olrn hhI rptnnrli nre riiikld-en- l illuatraliil Uklot. "Farlt AbvMt Mi I tiy of tlm ITnlliil W fr..-- . S. i. ...i.l i... ..ii Stnte IVpnrtineiit of Atrlnilniri- - to drug tort. I.,, lea ntliifni'i(ry in flnvor than otli. r ilrt 'Die oen of lio IHny he a nf.ilr in C incinmiti. n"l. The prodiirta to In- - drtml rtinuhl Mr Hrnt (ioanry. who a at ftiil thlnli In Iwklni: pnn or (e hoiili ho plnreil thr bviHidv of Mr, fyrti- - Daily who tin ami tln-.that llioy nro not In illreet m til at IncaM.T. roport ttteht rark - oven m nil. Mlnrt with tinTli door toAaHtlaw, in f tho oteii HiotlM lie left opi n m ttinl MiaxM Ola and SittKc Daalin rmvc ttu liter npor ilrum ff mny in a ahort pmmm of Mrt your ptt-f- , Wt. nnd the lire lomld Ih f by Mis Mn tlmt ttie iiiHiirlnl run) not he U.ll 5nttn o rtrf-nrt- fr hArprl. apn-ia- lif tlir fhllnl Hlfttra irit-nwn- t of Aurlrullur lirjllic mhiiII i It) let nf (.urjJiK I fi'tnllf" Mini frnllK from tllni" In Him nmy prrnr n'wry romwilt'tit nnd lliHf fnliik' itiHioiny. Soup Intrri'dl. nt. audi n rtililmK). corn, irlvry, onion, tmiiHtoo, tnnilpi, potntoc. mny he opii. rnrrtith nml Hum rnti'ly Mrltil nnd toni in rnitililnoil for no nrrofdlnir t tnMi'. Mrli'd pnr. Iy and roli-r- top nrc tnluntili nd dltltill to tin- - H'fl v.Dlnr ktifir Cur ranta, KM4iorr1o nd lrawlirrr1ri ' arc hrttrr rniiiHil tlinn dried ; lint n j arlfty of other friilt. Inrliidliitf MarkitxTrlo. Iilmk nnd nil m'pln'r-rti"1111 11 . (frtfn.l limtrly the nine dlmennlon na the Moto trt. TIip eilffc nrc turned up mi na to form Mde for tho tray. Kour pier.- - of w(mm 1 .j 2 Inrhea In thlfk form a frame for tho drier which lie may he i!p'in!ii1 hy wlrea from the relllnir, or It tuny Mnnd dtrortly upon tlie top of the (.lore, If tlm alnta tnak Inp up the frnino nro allowed to ex tend l Inrlie hJnw tho hnttorn of tlie lower trny ami n rood-lni- l nnll I drlteii lialf It leiifrtti Into the end of enrh lnt to form rinnlnflnmmnhle feet iimii hlrli the drier may rent Dlrortlnna for mnkln? nnd ulnc of home drier nro clren rnrlou t) In Parmer' lliillftln "farm and Home Drjlnc of Trull nnd Vefe. DEPENDABLE Furniture COME TO SEE US FOR Parlor Suitt Bed Room Suitt Dressers Dining Room Suits Period Goods Beds Dining Tablet t'l. tntde," Of THE nuci' n INTEREST TO HOUSEWIFE I'rtllt Miioerit lire nice erveil wph 11 ,y medienl advice (with- Ho Is hdpInK pvople to retrain tlu lr In alt h nnd Aak htm t M nd y.j hit l tmn, pruiii". fle, nppl-- , nprl- miUI-Her- i!eert I Stoves ferrrd lth Library Tnbles Center Tablet Dining Chairs Bed Room Chairs Reception Chairs Children's Rockers Kitchen Cabinets W I 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 faT aOaTaTaTaafl m I I f l t'ntillflower ilellrlnu mnontinle lrelne. itM-il- I many times It If n ri'iit I will he much more Jnley. nv Alun tulne nnd hroun pn nnd they will he nt hum! when required. lntil All Kinds of Rues Trunks and lino's Editon and Columbia Phonographs Comforts and Blankets Ranges Heaters pT t- - e iin (lean dlpiwd ehntnol I.lnen rriK-lieti- hrn In IxhI ltli iaiprmrnt kerosene; Itnertlon, hr xillh flannel wltli or llnnnel. n with iiell to It with llr.en thrend n hnndniue Inre for huffet or frill k Picket Fnr'ure Main Street. Co Daneille, Ky. tejrii-Inte- law a delightful mUMIonar I f.yrir.. hi Clark and NvUfcj Ww4y ovrnhaff. .M4ui f Kai Aftor atuwlad IM4waf NMHrttat: larmbor thowrtaar tnoupht an, I Mud) Tfeurufer f lM wt of thoir ditft-ifn- t part. A ,010, "1 Mr. am1 Mr. Try Iipr i to am praying for you." wat Miif l. ltwtaicta Saturtlay a4 wr A wrii-.-noa of Iho yorai; of Mr. and Mr. Ih)w. hy taw aocitny nr w ir I IdUo Mhw l.ania oaay tn tpond- - tbaa and an invitation u rctun. .n ing W'r wrv th Aoar futurr wrrk with hir f n Wihr. Mm. J (loanoy j thf prrarnrr of our fornir r iat(r .1 SWrv Tr.Uj Srrd Wh-m- i, Hyr. lUilry, wif. Mr and Mr Y 1 rompaniwd thr It f fr Tlmnllijr, and Clorr. Iludtun & Tarnau. , Paint t Mr and Mr. Hay, and Mr. N'tdiio ' Poaiiah pr.jple up ., Naylor went to t'ovinuton Sunday to rnmi bu' 1 ' a" '.mi Th-r ; ' will Aim think'- viait rclntnc a hi. ' S K. A. MIm Ann SwfH' aamI Mi. J no. amatory roBtwt wm propowni. Miw-- n Mar Bolh Sutton and IMIa l(rr viatttei; rlnUt lMt tir SwP Contor, two of thv rontrtant. MiHlAar. having mtntionvd lu if i.tjc. f Mr. rttowid SuttM and iatily j 19. SNtitribiy with ltv. ami Ml. It. Y P. Of I'.i' K K I I af I Vint tucK. nfrM. wtnKrR lat Frtif miMir ttmt ihi- in ordr for thr plMur of A yoMK folk. - AfUr tht rnirliwl Trnji. mute huronu uii lil alive n rooktoe Warren Farmers Plan To Sow More Soybeans a rt .! of four field Meetine lit .1 on oyh(nn plots beinc comluct- Ih Wnrren county farmers in with County Aaent V. H. Pjk'crs and the extension division of ;(. College of Arnculture the acre-n- .. of this rop is expected to be A 1 Pt JW tr 1 YEAST BREAD MOST DELICIOUS WHEN LOAF IS WELL PREPARED nu untnec of raising soyhean were po.n'.eil cut. More than hS per cent of the farmers who attended the tsrowmc soybean We feel meeting exprewed tne:r interest next year. marire of . 1. f - ft wry for the wonwn who a man in order ta rofarm bim. These fcttt ehmscett aro often worse than no chance at all. i'eopie who advocate canceling the allle nt thi ne the I'nitcd jtr- - rniKht pruc :neir 'her people irt'celmc hc ,m n'.i'crtAl';. nrreAed fM' 1:1 pad ld' ie" t e sear .oirdinir to pri f.af ioun'. rtiH-r"f : fit Mii'c ttian ll w in . fnrn.tr-u'tinile- .l . iiut tinirs n w K.vn Lcr t'' .uion n n f't ''cm !:' n-r- 1 i !... W. 0. RIGNEY W. B UK KLRSON y t'.lj 1 . W. 0. RIGNEV Oflice Phone 18. & CO. I WKJ7.1J nnnoaafTWfjwai VXVX 7:XL'X7X VXVi VX J!X J.TXL'S k'X JAjrwairv-iv.wrtvvv'.tvYvrt 7SX VX VXVXVX7TX J'X J!X T! ii'sk'JiVn9Tm Funeral Directors und Emhaliners Rftftlenrr e A Boy With a Fortune 5--1 i; Flrtt Kntidlnu Mixes Ingredient Asr. . t :r I Ik a A wii! 11, if. e liuif if tread m urce of muWii.. ! u line n It A hunit or nU loaf with a rty Interior tempts nne but the tnnliiir. The fittlowlni: direction for lirvud nro Khrii by fooil tuukliik In the I'nlteil ritnjc Dv If the direciwrttuetit of Acrteiilture. drltclou tion lire fotloel cnrefully. li nf Ik tlie roult. CleanllncM CtMntlal. KMT) thine cotilieUcd with the priK1--e of lin nil nmkliii: should he hcru pulonly rlenn. All 11te1n.ll. llivr'fore. kIiiniM be nlnil direfiilly ; thellipiliN Hiculil be tlie dry material I.imiIiI be kept from the dMt ; llipild yent khoiild he kept cold ml well colored; the linmU kliould be wuhi-11I11I tlie imlU clennetl before they toiKll tlie iIoukIi. VNeli toothpick", wl.Uli cnti Ih Hum) for clennltii: the mill nnd tlun thrown nwny, ure n iiintenleiit pnrt of the eiiulpment for bread maUnc. In tiiakluK ktlR doucli out of the Mature, or out of tlie liquid coiilalnluk' yeiikl, the llmir tioilld be milled cnidu-ulltill wliHt I more ltiijnrt ntit. the ilmiuli kliould be beaten thoroiiKhly. or. wbeti It uet tint ktiff for thl. kuenih after ertili nddltloii of llotir. If thm I not done, u- -i much Hour U like-I- ) to he ndded and thlk kpolU the texture of the lirvtiil. Ilie time to ktop pultun; In Hour I when the iloucll cull Ik kui'tdcd without kllekllik' either to the hill H N or In tho buiiril. eeti when ' '"H'".ied. If for iii.v r. f 11 itcond Improve Flavor and Texture. ir" Ulrt ltnllt )ot 11 hot llipild oxer It and allow-- It to become lukewarm. M.s the jenst with n little of the lukewurui ll(uhl nnd add It to Hie rent of the lliUlil. It convenient. et tt.l iiklile In warm place, not oer M decree I'nhrulihelt, for one hour; If not convenient to set It nslde, add the flour nt once, putting In a little nt a time und kueadluj; until the (IoiikIi of such consistency that It stick neither tn the howl nor to the linnil. Thl require about ten 11 1 tutu-tlte- Lancaster, Morgan Farmers Plan Two Community Fairs Plan nre heinjr mnde hy Morirnn county farmers nnd other interested with persons who are County Agent It. H. Hnnkin nnd the extension division of the College of Agriculture for the second Morgun County School Fair and the Oray Creek Knir to be held respectively nt West Liberty, Oct. 1st. nnd Grassy Creek, Oct. Sth. Music, lectures nnd exhibition of livestock nnd farm products will feature the program of the two event which have been designed for the purpose of encour Kentucky. aging btter farming and livestack a'ong with general improvement (n the county. An exchange remarks that the world is full of "good fellows." And perhaps that i the reason there ate so many divorces. fortune is (lie boy who hns one hundred dollnri that he himself has sAved. Hit fortune contittt not only of the money invcd And what boy with a hundred dollars would not feel like but of a valuable lesson learned. a millionaire? Not only hat he experienced the thrill of possession, but he has caught the thrift habit. He has learned to do without useless tilings. He no longer squandcrii his money. He hat better judgment of values.. He is doubtlctt a far better boy. Has your boy started to save yet? If he hat not, there is no better time to teach him to begin than now at this Bank. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS A hoy with ,1 S. 11 ( ' j I I 11 The Garrard Bank & Trust Go the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER. KY. We soli travelers Cheques, which are jjood in --- , I amSaTOim v -- - J I POPULAR EXCURSION CINCINNATI SUNDAY, ROUND TRIP FA RK I I I tk iiiIiI.mI null klici'l be Mifteiu i ilk'" I" b tiler or in. Ik. leliti of Ileslrn-- r- often lwe d!lt'.. tiltv n ie riiilnli whin tie - i.'b I ready to ulld put Into e dhhlcd Into h mi. A good Mile U to ininsure It" oliline Wlieu It I riHidy to be mnde nto 1. Ike iImikm for oa'Ii l.uir. If ii,,,,- - iIiIm nii'ie out iiiiii'iiut to wit I ItiMir, hoiild If miiiIu fnuu f Hour, to hIiohi two nnd ! iiMMbMhowt ie ibne pluta; one-hiil- OCT 2nd, 1921 FROM DANVILLE (CethilTlaM) pint. SOlTlrllnAlLWAA'SimM Jt rupl'iU lukmnrm I lonwnful uMpHnruU r niiik. vtaiar. far. mUiure uf tlwm. ftedr 1 for Two Loave. at lt. u- - I ,nkr yr.nt ul $2.35 I.M U'Dl.H HAR TAX Special Train Uav.a Danvlllo 61OO A. M. Returning Special Train Leave Cincinnati GtlO P. M. t)i uUl jii,iauUoa uiwa pjliliM ta A,l lllnl Dour. warm milk, Matrrl oil er niUlwr I them t rwiful ll'juU Itml tho wuter or sruld tho milk. Put the ttiiirnr nnd knit (and fat, If used) lulu u iiiUliit buwl. IVur the Pi l.uI Or rrl Itil. ul. Uretntul It hike, IU or t rifvU l or I pint. yrt Dousli should be kept covered while It U rIMhc. for otherwise tt iru-- t will form on tup nnd Interfere with the oMKilikiou, S'lile bnikh Hie doiiKh oer with tuelUil fat, but thl Ik not uccckaury If the douish I well iiixrred. ('out, and allow to rlo one and threiMiuiirterk hour lit n teuiiKimtun" of St di'Krivk ruhrelilielt I It may be better to set It ut a lower temperature, hut the lower the tcuicrulure tho Imik'er the lime for the rlslliK. Cut down the douxh from the klde nf the howl; creiiM! the ImniU kllfhtly. Knead n llltle und set uslde tu rie iik'ulu for one hour. With u good bread Hour, the douk'h khould treble It hulk In each rlslii. Willi koft wheat llour, It khould not rlke much hejond twice Its volume. DUIdo Into ortloiik, mold nnd place In Krcued pnn of f ktatiilnnl size (one nnd quarts). Allow to rlM until 11 t touch will nmke 11 slight dent. With k'ood bread tlour thl happen when the douk'h rcuchc the top of the pan. Hiiko ror w minute. "Short 8pong Method. Itreud (tin lie miiile during the duy by what U known ii the "sliorr )K)iik-u- " melhod. All the ure (he siunu un for thx "khort or ktrnlKlit-dotiKhproce. hut only hulf of the Hour I inhted nt first. When thl mixture, which Is called it "klHUikv," Is so light that It will full ut the kllchtekt touch. It I ready for tho uddlttou of the rest nf the tlour. Overnight Sponge Method, Uo the smile pniportliKi ns for the short procos. except In the cuse of the )eukt, which tdiould he rake of compii-ssi-yeast for eurh hmf. Vhs water nither than milk, lu the eeiiliik- mix the )vnst with water, salt, nnd hnlf of the llour, and beut thoruuk'hly. Coicr and place ut I1111 to TO decree iH'rnturo of M deKm I'lilireiihclt, or Unit of uu onllmiry rixiui. In the mornlhi; udd Ihu sugur and the rest of the Hour und proceed us lu the cuse of the short process. 11 one-hiilllk-h" 11 About the laziest person we ovor heard of is the fellow- - who died from indigestion rather than go to the trouble of chewing the fo4 he ate. Walk a mile before breakfast ev. cry morning and you will improve your appetite. You will also aid the grocer, the butcrier And the hee dealer. I j Keep this ticket at home for reference. Send to U. J. Cassidy, Humble, Ky., $1.10, wo will send Herbs, six months troat-men- t, you two boxes If you will send $1.(50 we will send you a box of Quaker Pills with the Herbs, 35 pills to the box. These pills are for the kidneys and act its a tonic. It puts new blood in the veins and healthy llesh and fat on tho body. It makes you feol like a mocking bird. It takes away the heavy strain of your mind and you sleep like a baby. And at all times it gives you an opportunity to have good action with tho bowels ami does away with pills. used in oldThis is the remedy our en times. This remedy will be mailed from Humble, Ky., right to your door. Send all orders to DR. R. J. CASSIDY, Humble, Ky. There re more than 1,500 house keepers using Quaker Herbs ill Russell County. er at QUAKER HERBS GUARANTEED NOT TO SOUR. Quaker Herbs No. 1, No. 2, No. a in each pack.Mix No. 1 first in one age, a months treatment. of cold water, let stand il l hours, strain herbs ttaart off ami throw away, take a wine tflass fall three times a day, anil also take Quaker Pills. If you have rheumatism or kidney trouble, loss of flesh, bat! appetite, can't sleep, nervous, feel weak and tired, or female trouble, sltiKKtsh liver, this is one of the greatest tonics today on earth. We have sold 1,200 packages in Hussoll County in the last three months. These Herbs are for sale in all country stores $1.0-- for three months treatment. fore-fathe- rs HMHMaHHHaBHHa, EUTNAIRD BROTHERS MALUM IN 0 The Central Record, Umcattor ky. Thursday tet 29 WW 1981. SffBkl(n-'VBti- TIMBER AT CENTRE si. TO 1EAT HARVARD o Survey Of Squad Col- VsnBBnr VtJaSaaV sBB MkAaJ BWWI JPaBaT aAai BBI HTHVX Maat ftaft SSr aP rajBMPBajjsjajejj ppaa 1bBH MVB WH1 mi ka. W Wm 1 1 avaTCawWVVwTW awwB Mm of Mrs. Oti Burton Is ill. Mies Allen Hurt is Improviag. Miea Jeaaie B. Ray spent the end with the Misses Tester. Mrs. MeHie Meaerley spent the past week with Mr. Life Hurt. In the memereWe hat tie when Cen tre defeated West Virginia. Bill Shadean comes from Reberta' He was heme town of Somerset. who saw service one of the boy oversea with the A. E. F. and was knewn a the best tackle In hi He has shown well in practice and will make his power, experience and ability felt in every contest. AHman Brooks, from the People'-Tuckschool, shewed much preailee before happening to the first caeaal-t- y of the season, and Is now temporarily laid up with a sprained ankle. He is fast and heady and a good broken field runner. t, "Buck" Jones, another Texas weight 216 pounds and I bread and strong and will make the man mach trouble who play opposite him at left guard. Kubale, of Fort Smith, Ark., has shown class at center and is quick in graspiag the signals and passing the ball. He aspires to fill the shoes of the great "Red" Weaver and there are many who have seen hi work who predict that he is going to make the position. Class, of Middletown, Ohio, has shown much class as an artist with hi toe. He plays left half. His punt are long, high and every one is a spiral, which makes them very difficult to handle. He is considered a valuable asset to the team. Kay, the Lexington lad who came to Centre this year with a record a a high school player, is making a fine showing and much is expected of him. He was the high school renter for two years. He is fas( and brilliant and diagnoses the play with a readiness that is almost uncanny. "Hope" Hudgin, who came here a the fasten man in Tennessee last year, has shown up well with the veterans of the "Wonder Team," but had the misfortune to break hi nose In the early practice. He Is expected to get back in the lineup at an early date. hapCentre men and followert-aepy over the fine work being done by the new line coach, Thornhtll, guard In 1916 on "Pop" Warner's PitUburg Wonedrs. He I er pro-ducall-Stae lected To Defend Title Of "Wonder Team." Not only In Danville, hat all over the State and nation, Centre College alumni and follower of the fortunes of the "Wonder Team" have been eagerly awaiting new of the new foot ball men who reported at Centre this year, and Ik ward has gone out that Centre ha the greatest lot of new men In the hMory of the col- lege say a special to Lexington Leader. "Rode" Ingerton, the Amarilla, Texas boy who will play on right end for the Colts, has shown a let of classy foot ball in the initial He came her with a reputation and is living up to It. Hi ability to smash end run I expected to help Centre defeat Harvard. Weldon Bailey Bradley, who hail from Fort Worth, ha shown a lot of speed on the left end thi week and will give all candidate far thi position a run. He ha all the earmark of a great player.' "Tex" Rubarth, another of the Longhom from Texas, Is showing great stuff In the line. He ha the old light and nerve that seem to come with all of the Texas boy, He has made a good showing in Hrimmage and It seems easy for him to break through the line sad throw scrim-mages. DODGE BROTHERS Motor Vehicles SERVICE STATION FIRST-CLAS- S To)t4 'TlasssBBkv 9 tawiaBsjewy e)S)e awVMB rVfcejeit IWTwT Rgtf 4a alBw40 aaa! Msj4ee INwrViMbU Miea Beseie Tester was a gaeet "af MU Annie May Saturday nifct Mr. John Land purchased a mM. fro mMr. Fleece Crutcher for 111. Mr. H. M. Kurta was a guset af Mr. Forest Staap in Lancaster Mat) AND COMPETENT MECHANICS. Tires, Tubes and Accessories ' of all kinds. Batteries Repaired and Rebuilt. OUR ESTABLISHMENT IS FITTED TO day. Mean. Russell and Earl Helma left Sunday for an Indefinite stay at Haaard. Mr. J. M. Amon, Messrs, J amen R. Amon and Willie P. Long were' ia Lexington Saturday. Mrs. Prenti Walker and attractive daughters, spent the week-enwHh Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray. Mr. Harvey Teater and Mia nice Teater spent Thursday aaa day with relatives In Madison. Messrs. John Land and RtseteM Holman were In the Carters ville and Flat Wood section on business Saturday. Mr. Jesse Hurt sbold taaate horse to a Lexington party for I1M and Mr. Lige Hurt sold a bird dag for I to. d CARE FOR men for losses. Don Bean hails from Pittsburg and brinirs with him much of the hustle of his native city. Hi ability to get down under the play and smash them up will make him a big asset to the Fall Planting. OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY TREES. SHRUBS, MaMat, GRAPE VINES. ROSES, EVE PERENNIALS. GREENS, ETC. U recommended in our caU-lo- ANY SERVICE YOUR CAR MAY DEMAND. Prompt any Courteous Treatment to all. Phone Lancaster, POINT LEAVELL. 234 team. Young Covington, the Mayfleld, Ky. boy, hat been termed the coming "Bo" McMillin. He ha shown ex ceptional ability despite his site. Hi headwork is brilliant and he is a splendid open field runner and he shown real class in ever' time .h on the field. In Gordy, the Louisiana boy. Centre has another gem. He is playing k and showing up like a vet He made a reputation with ernn. full-bac- g. Price list and guide la FREE to ever' one intereaUa) in Rood nursery stock. No agent. H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS Laakagl j, Ky. Kentucky. Ready for or Everlasting Water, to be sold Two turning plows, nearly new; One riding plow; Onegood riding cultivator: One cutting harrow; One double shovel plow; One f AT TEN A. M. Moat, truck: One new corn binder, used only one season; One 100, barrel m ery, of Paint Lick, spent the week- crib which has not been uncrated; One 1920 Model Ford Seadster. asABVA mm One hundred and fifty acres of the E. Dunn land, end with her grandpa rents, Mr. aad good m h.. condition only been driven about o,uoo miles. Has new battery Mr. John Bryant. :en the New Danville pike, 2 miles from Lanis equipped with Lee Puncture Proof tires Auk WaBjAslM Many things not listed here. O tnsaMsxna a ft, juav AVIUM MIW ftfUkV 4?m UVVUI otuic. J.IUIII lloreaee was toM to alt ea the etese aaa mat t ae away. A Terms liberal and announced en 4ay of sale. Wls0 lMs Will be offered in small tracts and as a MHV waa eerjr lead vy aer aa4 ot i. Terms easy. m Tuesday, October ?5th, '21 Willie Vernon, the little ton of Good Hope last Sunday. Dr. Horn at er, of Tennetaes I doing the preach d Mr. W. D. Thompson is in ing. He will be glad to see you this writing. on business this week. Many children of this community there. Come and hear him. Mrs. J. H. Tatem spent Sunday are not attending school on account with her aunt, Mrs. Mike Noe. of scarlet fever. BRYANTSV1LLE Lies ia barrels. Mr. and Mrs. Luther McQuerry Mr. A. T. Scott, Jr., is the guett Hadsaa V Faraati. and Mrs. Elbert Coolie, were visitor of friends in Versailles. Mrs. Zibba Rothwell, of Danville, in Danville Saturday. Gsaala Kaaawaa Sail. is visiting her daughter. Mr. Luther; Mr. J. M. Bell has returned from Haasaa A Faraau. McQuerry. Richmond, where she ha been visit-in- g Miss Harris and neice, spent the her brother, Mr. A. J. Thompson. Mr. Virgil Doolins, who has been with relative in N'ichola- quite ill for some time is able to be Mrs. Mollie Lamb, of Richmond, week-en- d out again. Mr. J. W. ville. ha been the guest of Mis Zillah Dawes spent the weekfor the past Miss Lillie Comet t, of Paint Lick, Tatem and relative end with Mr. and Mrs. Bush Nickel, is the guest of Misess Mary and week. Alllie Bell. meeting began at of Danville. A protracted Mrs. Mary Woolfolk. of Lexing-tois the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. H. Ballard.' Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Elder were the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Broadus, Mrs. B. H. Halcomb were In Danville Monday shopping. Mrs. Henry Ruble, Mrs. Howard King are on the sick list but are seme hater at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swope, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean, werv in Lexington Saturday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Sagercy, of Sulpher Well spent Sunday with Mr. Gosney, Jr. Good and Mrs. Newton B. II. Halcomb ami Melons, Hemp Tobacco. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lewis W. Broadus were Dm guest of friend in Burgin recently. Dr. and Mrs. Hendren, of Buckeye spent a few day last week with their daughter, Mrs. W. K. Davis and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Tatem is sick Rich-monn, Public Sale OF PERSONALTY nvaiuimv nf tViA oaf of a et f Via aia .Trkliri T WTtrtiM T ur! of Viia,tin a on the White Lick pike, two miles East of Paint Lick, in Garrard county A a 1 11 . on AND READY Thursday, Oct. 6th, AT TEN A. M. sell the followingr personalty: ALL III BRASS NOW. LIVESTOCK early calves; Nine (9) Yearling Hereford heifers; Three (3) Yearling Eiorht ( 8) Hereford cows with calves by side: Twelve (12) urood 'V Steers, good ones; One Three year old Registered Hereford Bull; Ont good work mare with mule coltut side; One extra good three year old mare mule. IMPLEMENTS ETC. 8 Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Robinson and son, Roy, of eLxington, will apead the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Moreland. Little Mis Martha Lou t3 '4 . m a s all-aroun- d. 1 1 n4- V1 al sV r1 9C W4)fV J. E. Robinson the bag of eaadf. Banalag lata aaa ah aaeHlatwl: "a. I get fres tae aa'ra e-a- ICES. JOHN :D..WYNN fV T.lCiag, Aueties)eer PAINT UWa C